Ethiopia Halo Beriti

orange zest, jasmine, bergamot
Gedeb | 2200-2300 masl | Heirloom | Washed



Halo Beriti comes to us from the village of Beriti in the Gedeb district of southern Ethiopia. Gedeb is bordered by Yirgacheffe, Kochere, and Oromia. Here coffee is grown at extremely high altitudes ranging from 2200-2300 masl in fertile red clay soil. Grinding this coffee hints at a subtle floral character and honey sweetness. In the cup we taste an array of citrus flavors like lemon verbena, orange zest, and lime. These juicy notes are balanced beautifully with jasmine and black tea overtones.