As with many Ethiopian coffees, this one comes from a cooperative named Halo Beriti milling station located in the Gedeb region of Yirgacheffee, Ethiopia. It is a collection of smallholder farmers – typically farmers that own less than 1/2 hectre of land and as small as 1/8th of a hectre. The coffee is then sun-dried on raised drying beds for just over a week, depending on humidity and sun. The results are tart fruit and with sugary sweetness and pleasant aftertaste. Light cocoa and mixed berry flavors. As with most sun-dried Ethiopian coffees, the beans may have an uneven appearance once roasted. This is perfectly normal and is just the nature of this type of coffee.