This coffee is processed at the Hallo Fuafate washing station in Worka, a village close to the Hallo settlement. The washing station is located at 2032 masl, and the name comes from a nearby waterfall (fuafate means “falls”). Cherries are depulped within eight hours of arrival and undergo 72 hours of wet fermentation. They then spend 24 hours on the first drying bed with a net base that allows the water to drain. Next, they are moved to raised beds where they dry for six to ten days. We love Hallo for its mix of piquant aromatics, unique spice notes, and fresh fruit character.