Coffee grown on the slopes of the Yirgacheffe region truly defines terroir--"a taste of the place." Based on the stunning cup profile achieved by the Haru Cooperative, this offering reflects the distinctive qualities that coffees from this region are consistently lauded for.
Our washed heirloom variety features soaring floral aroma and a cascade of lemon-laced notes layered on a milk chocolate base. An elegant body heightens its luminous acidity and clean profile. No other coffee in the world possesses its perfumed aroma—evident in the roasted bean as well as in the cup. The Yirgacheffe is celebrated for consistently delivering everything that one would want from a coffee.
The Haru Cooperative is an organization of family owned farms in the Gedeo Zone, South Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region, Ethiopia. The Cooperative currently has 1187 members, and joined the Yirgacheffe Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union in 2002. YCFCU is an umbrella organization established to support a sustainable coffee supply from cooperatives in the Gedeo ethnic region of Ethiopia.
Grower: Smallholder farmers organized around the Haru Cooperative Variety: Indigenous heirloom varieties Region: Yirgacheffe, Gedeo Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region, Ethiopia Harvest: October - December Altitude: 1750 - 2300 meters Soil: Vertisoil Process: Depulped and fermented, double washed, and dried on raised beds in the sun