Ethiopia - Halo Beriti - Washed - Filter
Halo Beriti is our latest of the new season of Ethiopian coffee. It's light, sweet, floral, and gently acidic -- emblematic of washed coffee from the famous Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia.
This particular coffee is a result of the collective effort of hundreds of smallholder farmers, and truly showcases how delicious coffee can be from regional lots, as opposed to single estate coffees.
NECTARINE / SWEET JASMINE / HONEY
How you can brew this coffee:
V60, Chemex, Kalita, Syphon, Cafetiere, Aeropress and Drip Machine (Moccamaster, Wilfa Classic etc).
Halo Beriti is a sweet, delicate and light cup. On first taste you will detect tea-like, floral flavours, encased in a mellow nectarine acidity. It sits lightly and sweetly on the tongue, culminating in a pleasantly zesty aftertaste.
The Farmers and Washing Station:
Halo Beriti is named for the washing station, which processes coffee cherries from around 750 smallholder farmers. Each farmer typically grows on less than one hectare of land, sometimes as little as one eighth of a hectare. In pooling their harvests and processing as a whole, no farmer relies on singularly producing enough coffee for export in order to make a living.
Both cherries and beans are thoroughly sorted by hand at the receiving and drying part of the process, meaning only the best beans make it to your cup.
Located in Yirgacheffe, a sub-region of Sidama, Gedeb is known for its dense layered semi forest vegetation structure encompassing false banana trees as well as shade grown coffee trees. Coffee grows in such abundance here due to its high elevation and tropical weather, and is widely considered to be the birthplace of coffee.
- Farmers: Various smallholders
- Varietal: Heirloom
- Process: Washed
- Elevation: 2100 - 2300 MASL
- Weight: 250g / 1KG
- Roast: Filter
- This coffee is available as wholesale. If you would like to know more about wholesale supply and pricing, please contact email@example.com