Filter of the week - Best enjoyed black

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One-off order of our weekly filter roast bursting with light fruity flavours best enjoyed without milk. Think of a Pimms Cup for breakfast. Sounds delicious right?

This weeks coffee is from the farms of Ethiopia.

It has notes of Passionfruit, Mandarin, Bergamont!

Heirloom Variety, Natural Process, Grown at 2200masl

Halo Beriti washing and drying station collects coffee from neighbouring smallholder farmers in Ethiopia’s Yirgacheffe district. The average grower plots are tiny. Less than a hectare in size but with idyllic high altitudes, fertile well drained red brown clay soil. and temperatures ranging from 20-23℃. Farmers grow avocado, soya beans, and sugar cane besides their coffee trees. The beans are fermented for three days before being separated from the fruit. This process allows the beans to absorb the sugars in the coffee fruit, creating a stronger full-body flavour.



Notes of Pear, Raspberry and Jasmine