Diplomats need coffee from the Jizan mountains

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He emphasized that it needs international support and marketing due to its high quality

British Consul General Bajde Saif Asher confirmed that the Jizan mountain coffee needs international support and marketing. Because of its high quality.

In a video clip of him, through a tweet from his account on Twitter, Asher said that he received a gift from Engineer Ali Schnimer, which is a mountain coffee producer from the mountains of the Jizan region, indicating in his tweet that “diplomats need coffee.”

It is considered a mountain product from the harvest of the Daier Mountains farms, as all eyes are on Al Dair to develop the coffee growing and exporting resource. Because of its great demand in the market; Where Aramco will start building a factory for the production of coffee, and the organizers of the festival aim to bring Bin Al-Dayer to the world.

What most coffee lovers do not know is that six governorates in the Jazan region are home to more than 80,000 coffee trees, and the number of farmers who professionally grow coffee increased to 724 farmers in all mountainous governorates, while last year its production quantities amounted to about 227 tons, and its production is expected to reach with a crop. This year, 600 tons, and that Saudi Aramco will start establishing a factory for the production and marketing of coffee as part of the Aramco initiative in the Daier Bani Malik Governorate.

On the cultivation of coffee in the Jizan Mountains, coffee began to enter the global market starting with the Janadriyah Festival in 1431 AH; Then the story of the return to the coffee markets began after that trade diminished in the heights of Al-Dair Bani Malik, Fayfa and Al-Rith in their affiliated centers at an altitude of 1700-2150 meters above the surface of the Red Sea; Because these sites are considered a fertile environment suitable for the cultivation of such coffee that is universally needed.



British Consul: Diplomats need coffee from the mountains of Jizan

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British Consul General Bajde Saif Asher confirmed that the Jizan mountain coffee needs international support and marketing. Because of its high quality.

In a video clip of him, through a tweet from his account on Twitter, Asher said that he received a gift from Engineer Ali Schnimer, which is a mountain coffee producer from the mountains of the Jizan region, indicating in his tweet that “diplomats need coffee.”

It is considered a mountain product from the harvest of the Daier Mountains farms, as all eyes are on Al Dair to develop the coffee growing and exporting resource. Because of its great demand in the market; Where Aramco will start building a factory for the production of coffee, and the organizers of the festival aim to bring Bin Al-Dayer to the world.

What most coffee lovers do not know is that six governorates in the Jazan region are home to more than 80,000 coffee trees, and the number of farmers who professionally grow coffee increased to 724 farmers in all mountainous governorates, while last year its production quantities amounted to about 227 tons, and its production is expected to reach with a crop. This year, 600 tons, and that Saudi Aramco will start establishing a factory for the production and marketing of coffee as part of the Aramco initiative in the Daier Bani Malik Governorate.

On the cultivation of coffee in the Jizan Mountains, coffee began to enter the global market starting from the Janadriyah Festival in 1431 AH; Then the story of the return to the coffee markets began after that trade diminished in the heights of Al-Dair Bani Malik, Fayfa and Al-Reith in their affiliated centers at an altitude of 1700-2150 meters above the surface of the Red Sea; Because these sites are considered a fertile environment suitable for the cultivation of such coffee that is universally needed.


He emphasized that it needs international support and marketing due to its high quality

British Consul General Bajde Saif Asher confirmed that the Jizan mountain coffee needs international support and marketing. Because of its high quality.

In a video clip of him, through a tweet from his account on Twitter, Asher said that he received a gift from Engineer Ali Schnimer, which is a mountain coffee producer from the mountains of the Jizan region, indicating in his tweet that “diplomats need coffee.”

It is considered a mountain product from the harvest of the Daier Mountains farms, as all eyes are on Al Dair to develop the coffee growing and exporting resource. Because of its great demand in the market; Where Aramco will start building a factory for the production of coffee, and the organizers of the festival aim to bring Bin Al-Dayer to the world.

What most coffee lovers do not know is that six governorates in the Jazan region are home to more than 80,000 coffee trees, and the number of farmers who professionally grow coffee increased to 724 farmers in all mountainous governorates, while last year its production quantities amounted to about 227 tons, and its production is expected to reach with a crop. This year, 600 tons, and that Saudi Aramco will start establishing a factory for the production and marketing of coffee as part of the Aramco initiative in the Daier Bani Malik Governorate.

On the cultivation of coffee in the Jizan Mountains, coffee began to enter the global market starting with the Janadriyah Festival in 1431 AH; Then the story of the return to the coffee markets began after that trade diminished in the heights of Al-Dair Bani Malik, Fayfa and Al-Rith in their affiliated centers at an altitude of 1700-2150 meters above the surface of the Red Sea; Because these sites are considered a fertile environment suitable for the cultivation of such coffee that is universally needed.





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