Ethiopia Halo Hartume

Ethiopia Halo Hartume

Limited Release

We Taste  orange blossom, peach rings, juicy

Region  Gedeb
Varietal  Ethiopian Heirloom
Process  Washed
Elevation  1650 M

Roasted Schedule:
This is a limited release coffee, which means the number of times we roast this coffee each week is also limited. Orders may be delayed 1-2 days to ensure freshness, waiting for the next roast.



Located in Gedeb, Halo Hartume is one of two washing stations owned by Mijane Woresa and his sons. The coffee that comes out of Halo Hartume is grown by nearly 400 small family farms that surround the station. The workers at the washing station then de-pulp, wash, and dry on over 200 raised drying beds for two weeks.

Until recently, it was difficult to source from certain Ethiopian coffee regions or growers, as coffee lots of the same grade would often be lumped together for export. Recently, the export laws in Ethiopia have made it easier to source coffee from particular washing stations and farmers, and Woresa took advantage to create his own exporting company.

Mijane and his sons emphasize social impact in the communities where they source coffee, investing in more localized cherry collection sites to reduce the transportation cost for smaller producers, contributing to road construction projects that make travel for everyone a bit easier, investing in school infrastructure projects and making sure the children have equipment to play sports.

It's hard to go wrong with a great washed Ethiopian, and we are obsessed with this new offering from Gedeb! It's floral, bright, and tastes just like peach o-ring gummy candies. It has a great juicy body, not quite as tea-like as you may expect. If you're a fan of light roasts, and especially African coffees, we highly recommend this one.