Halo Beriti - Ethiopia

Jasmine, Vanilla, Lychee Syrup

Limited Time Offering This coffee hails from smallholder producers of Beriti village in the Yirgacheffe Kebele (region) of Ethiopia. The area is home to thousands of multigenerational farming families who consistently produce coffees with incredibly unique and and delicious profiles. Halo Beriti will envelope you in deeply sweet florals up front, and then follow it up with syrupy notes of vanilla bean, lychee, and a hint of white grape. Well hello, Halo.



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Producer Abeyot Ageze 
Region Gedeb, Yirgacheffe
Process Washed 
Elevation 1900-2150 masl
Variety Kurume, Wolisho


In the heart of Yirgacheffe you’ll find Halo Beriti, a new washing station managed by Abeyot Ageze. Abeyot is a born and bred coffee grower - generations of his family have made their living as farmers. Like most of the smallholders in his area, Abeyot grows his crops - including enset (Ethiopian banana), potato, cereal grains, and of course coffee - right in his own yard.

At the Halo Beriti washing station, Abeyot serves as operational manager. The station collects cherries from 520 neighboring smallholders, whose average plots are no larger than a hectare. Abeyot uses water from the Worka river to wash the coffee. Fermentation times vary between 45 and 65 hours, depending on the weather. The parchment dries for 7 to 10 days.