Origin  Gedeb, Gedeo, SNNPR, Ethiopia
Coffee Region  Yirgacheffe, Grade 1
Notes  Fruit lollies and juniper with a deep molasses sweetness
Processing  Natural
Varietal  Heirloom
Altitude  2000 - 2300 mass
Farm  Smallholder Farms

Roasted for Filter

Coming to you from the birthplace of coffee, the Halo Beriti demonstrates just why this origin is so celebrated by coffee lovers world-wide. This lot comes from the mill, named after the adjacently located Halo Beriti village in the Gedeb region of southern Ethiopia. 750 small holder farmers surrounding the mill bring their medley of Bourbon, Typica and heirloom varietal cherries in for processing - in this case, using the washed method. Grown at a staggering 2100 - 2300 meters above sea level, the cherries have a slow maturation that results in a truly beautiful cup.