Process: Fully Washed
Origin: Halo Beriti (Ethiopia)
Taste: Peach, Bergamot, Raspberry
What is special about these beans?
Small holder female farms in Halo Beriti (Ethiopia)
Ethical, sustainable & traceable
About the producer
Halo Beriti Washing Station
Halo Beriti washing station and dry mill process coffee from lots of small farmers who have wild coffee forests surrounding their other crops. Most of these farms are around 2100 to 2200 masl, and the farmers take their coffee cherries to Halo Beriti to be milled and processed. The high altitude of the farms make for a clean and bright coffee, and this lot is no exception.
This mill processes the coffee with a relatively long fermentation period of around 36 to 72 hours, dependent on heat and weather, which adds a juicy berry fruit taste to the bright and acidic coffee that we already love from the Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia.
About the Roaster
Modus on sustainability:
‘We believe that when it comes to the coffee industry, we need to be proactive in ensuring the future of delicious, high-quality coffee. In September last year the c-market price hit below $1 USD/lb (for the first time in over 10 years, and since the middle of February this year, the price has been consistently sitting well below this mark – and in some cases, depending on origin, this is far below the production cost for producing good coffee.’