In the Pacific Northwest, an Ethiopian single origin coffee is comparable to a fine, Willamette Valley pinot noir. This coffee is no exception. Grown at the staggering elevation of 5,700 ft and natural processed for sugar development, the Halo Bariti Yirgacheffe from the Gedeb District is a gem in our crown. It’s forward, rustic blueberry tasting notes combine with a tart dried fruit finish and smooth body that exemplifies the medium acidity of its indigenous heirloom varietal. If you like a bottle of pinot for the evening then you should have a bag of Halo Bariti Yirgacheffe for the morning.