Profile: Stone Fruit, Citrus, Floral
Producer: ~750 smallholders delivery to Halo Beriti W.S
Importer: Cafe imports
Halo Beriti washing station sits at 2040masl in the Gedeb area of Yirgacheffe, an infamous growing region in southern Ethiopia. The station services some 750 smallholder farmers who deliver their cherry whole; each farmer has around half a hectare of land in the surrounding area, at altitudes between 1900 and 2150masl.
For washed coffees, the station uses water from the nearby Worka river. Fermentation hours vary between 45 and 65 hours, depending on the weather. Following the washing process, the parchment dries for 7 to 10 days on raised African beds. This particular lot is part of a ‘special preparation’; extra hand-sorting steps is added between every stage of the processing to ensure on the best coffee makes in into the bags for export.
This special preparation lot from Halo Beriti washing station was sourced by Cafe imports. This is our third year buying coffee from this station through them.
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