ETHIOPIA HALO HARTUME #1458
A Citrusy, Sun-Drenched Yirgacheffe
By Stamp Act
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- Roasted by Stamp Act
- Light & Bright
- Origin(s): Ethiopian
- Tastes: Honey, White Peach, Meyer Lemon
- Process: Washed
- Elevation: 1950-2200 masl
Let the light shine in: this sweet, honeyed Ethiopian is a pure sip of sunshine. Ethiopia Halo Hartume opens with a wash of springtime florals, in aroma and flavor, before settling into a delicate combination of white peach and wildflower honey. Lots of fresh-squeezed citrus in the finish, meyer lemon and tangerine; you’d almost think you took a sip of a mimosa rather than coffee!
This big, sweet cup showcases all the amazing character of a classic Ethiopian coffee. We love the layered florals, honeyed sweetness, and the citrusy finish that makes this microlot a joy from the first sip to the last. Reserve your bag of Ethiopia Halo Hartume today, freshly-roasted from our friend Andy at Stamp Act Coffee, and enjoy a morning sunrise in your mug.
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