In pictures, Khawlani coffee in “Al-Dayer” has a history of originality that exceeds 8

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The governorate produces about 500 tons and has about 123,000 fruit trees


Historical researcher Yahya bin Sharif al-Maliki revealed that the age of cultivation of Khawlani coffee and the circulation of Khawlani coffee in the Daier Mountains and its environs in the south of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is more than eight centuries. He explained that the port of Jizan was one of the most Arab outlets for exporting coffee.

Al-Maliki said: European travelers in southern Arabia elaborated on the mention of coffee and coffee and its trade that began in 1612 AD, including the Dane Niebuhr, who visited it in 1962; He mentioned the port of Jizan as one of the most important export ports.

He added: According to historical accounts, it has spread to all the mountains of southern Arabia since the year (615 AH – 1218 AD). As there was no house there without drinking coffee, and from there the coffee moved to Mecca through the pilgrims, and the cafes and the coffee culture spread in it, and from there to Cairo and the Levant, and from there to Istanbul, where the first coffee shop was opened in (962 AH 1554 AD) and the Turkish newspaper called its Arabic name to (Kahfi) kabveb), then it was transported by the Venetian and Genoese merchants of Italy as (coffe), then it spread in Europe and became known in France as (café) and (koffie) in Dutch and (kaffee) in German and English (Coffee), where the first coffee shop was opened in London in (1652 AD), as all appear. Their names are derived from the Arabic name (coffee).

And “Al-Maliki” added: Those interested in growing, trading and exporting coffee in southern Arabia used to name and classify coffee according to the places where it was grown, such as Al-Khawlani and Al-Adini, or in the form of its fruit, such as roundels and apples. Where the quality of the product differs according to its agricultural environment and the natural ingredients it provides. In the Jizan mountains, coffee is known as (Khawlani coffee), which is distinguished in its quality, in relation to the ancient Khawlan tribe to which all the tribes in these mountains belong, and all these names fall under one type, which is Arabica coffee.

He continued: Some researchers see the ratio of Abyssinian coffee to the town of Kafa, but there is no physical or logical evidence, and some European travelers visited Abyssinia early and did not refer to coffee in it as a drink or trade, as they referred to it in the mountains of southern Arabia.

The researcher indicated that Al-Dayer Governorate is considered the capital of Khawlani coffee in Saudi Arabia. Al-Dayer governorate produces 489,820 tons of a total of 685,536 tons, with 122,455 fruit trees out of a total of 171,384 at the level of the Jazan region, and this activity and the original folklore are practiced by about 919 farmers out of 1,596 who are farmers in the region. According to the statistics of the Mountain Development and Reconstruction Authority.



In pictures, Khawlani coffee in “Al-Dayer” has a history of authenticity that exceeds 8 centuries

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Historical researcher Yahya bin Sharif al-Maliki revealed that the age of cultivation of Khawlani coffee and the circulation of Khawlani coffee in the Daier Mountains and its environs in the south of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is more than eight centuries. He explained that the port of Jizan was one of the Arab outlets that exported more coffee.

Al-Maliki said: European travelers in southern Arabia elaborated on the mention of coffee and coffee and its trade that began in 1612 AD, including the Dane Niebuhr, who visited it in 1962; He mentioned the port of Jizan as one of the most important export ports.

He added: According to historical accounts, it has spread to all the mountains of southern Arabia since the year (615 AH – 1218 AD). As there was no house there without drinking coffee, and from there the coffee moved to Mecca through the pilgrims, and the cafes and the coffee culture spread in it, and from there to Cairo and the Levant, and from there to Istanbul, where the first coffee shop was opened in (962 AH 1554 AD) and the Turkish newspaper called its Arabic name to (Kahfi) kabveb), then it was transported by the Venetian and Genoese merchants of Italy as (coffe), then it spread in Europe and became known in France as (café) and (koffie) in Dutch and (kaffee) in German and English (Coffee), where the first coffee shop was opened in London in (1652 AD), as all appear. Their names are derived from the Arabic name (coffee).

And “Al-Maliki” added: Those interested in growing, trading and exporting coffee in southern Arabia used to name and classify coffee according to the places where it was grown, such as Al-Khawlani and Al-Adini, or in the form of its fruit, such as roundels and apples. Where the quality of the product differs according to its agricultural environment and the natural ingredients it provides. In the Jizan mountains, coffee is known as (Khawlani coffee), which is distinguished in its quality, in relation to the ancient Khawlan tribe to which all the tribes in these mountains belong, and all these names fall under one type, which is Arabica coffee.

He continued: Some researchers see the ratio of Abyssinian coffee to the town of Kafa, but there is no physical or logical evidence, and some European travelers visited Abyssinia early and did not refer to coffee in it as a drink or trade, as they referred to it in the mountains of southern Arabia.

The researcher indicated that Al-Dayer Governorate is considered the capital of Khawlani coffee in Saudi Arabia. Al-Dayer governorate produces 489,820 tons of a total of 685,536 tons, with 122,455 fruit trees out of a total of 171,384 at the level of the Jazan region, and this activity and the original folklore are practiced by about 919 farmers out of 1,596 who are farmers in the region. According to the statistics of the Mountain Development and Reconstruction Authority.

January 23, 2021 – Jumada Al-Akhir 10, 1442

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The governorate produces about 500 tons and has about 123,000 fruit trees

Historical researcher Yahya bin Sharif al-Maliki revealed that the age of cultivation of Khawlani coffee and the circulation of Khawlani coffee in the Daier Mountains and its environs in the south of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is more than eight centuries. He explained that the port of Jizan was one of the Arab outlets that exported more coffee.

Al-Maliki said: European travelers in southern Arabia elaborated on the mention of coffee and coffee and its trade that began in 1612 AD, including the Dane Niebuhr, who visited it in 1962; He mentioned the port of Jizan as one of the most important export ports.

He added: According to historical accounts, it has spread to all the mountains of southern Arabia since the year (615 AH – 1218 AD). As there was no house there without drinking coffee, and from there the coffee moved to Mecca through the pilgrims, and the cafes and the coffee culture spread in it, and from there to Cairo and the Levant, and from there to Istanbul, where the first coffee shop was opened in (962 AH 1554 AD) and the Turkish newspaper called its Arabic name to (Kahfi) kabveb), then it was transported by the Venetian and Genoese merchants of Italy as (coffe), then it spread in Europe and became known in France as (café) and (koffie) in Dutch and (kaffee) in German and English (Coffee), where the first coffee shop was opened in London in (1652 AD), as all appear. Their names are derived from the Arabic name (coffee).

And “Al-Maliki” added: Those interested in growing, trading and exporting coffee in southern Arabia used to name and classify coffee according to the places where it was grown, such as Al-Khawlani and Al-Adini, or in the form of its fruit, such as roundels and apples. Where the quality of the product differs according to its agricultural environment and the natural ingredients it provides. In the Jizan mountains, coffee is known as (Khawlani coffee), which is distinguished in its quality, in relation to the ancient Khawlan tribe to which all the tribes in these mountains belong, and all these names fall under one type, which is Arabica coffee.

He continued: Some researchers see the ratio of Abyssinian coffee to the town of Kafa, but there is no physical or logical evidence, and some European travelers visited Abyssinia early and did not refer to coffee in it as a drink or trade, as they referred to it in the mountains of southern Arabia.

The researcher indicated that Al-Dayer Governorate is considered the capital of Khawlani coffee in Saudi Arabia. Al-Dayer governorate produces 489,820 tons of a total of 685,536 tons, with 122,455 fruit trees out of a total of 171,384 at the level of the Jazan region, and this activity and the original folklore are practiced by about 919 farmers out of 1,596 who are farmers in the region. According to the statistics of the Mountain Development and Reconstruction Authority.





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