Haru

White Bag of speciality coffee beans with blueberry and lime to show tasting notes.
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White Bag of speciality coffee beans with blueberry and lime to show tasting notes.
Ethiopia Haru Tasting Card with scenery of Ethiopia in the background

£8.50
WEIGHT: 227 g

QUANTITY

What I'm buying

NOTES OF
Lime/Pink Grapefruit/Blueberry
ROAST
ORIGIN
Ethiopia
PROCESS
Natural
ALTITUDE
1995-2020
VARIETAL
Dega/Kudhume/Wolisho

This lively, naturally processed coffee comes from the Hafursa Haru washing station, situated in the famous Yirgacheffe region of Ethiopia.

Our Master Roaster has perfectly captured the high grown characteristics of this coffee with bright, zesty citrus notes, a dash of berry and a lingering grapefruit finish.

 Our speciality coffee is now in sustainable bags - recyclable & made from recycled materials to increase our sustainability! Find out more about how we are working together to deliver passion, innovation and excellence for a changing world here.

Important to know

  • 122 Years Roasting Experience
  • Click & Collect Available
  • Free Delivery Over £35
  • Coffee Sourced Responsibly
  • Recyclable Packaging where possible

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Sue Bidmead
Ethiopia Haru

Such a lovely coffee - bringing back memories of coffee that my parents drank whilst in Kenya. The percolating coffee was on the stove most nights. Thankyou once again for the wonderful service.