|Harvest||November - January|
|Flavours||Nectarine l Lavender l Apricot|
The Worka Cooperative operates the Halo Fafate Washing Station in Yirgacheffe. Around 900 smallholder farmers in the area bring their coffee to this mill. Coffee is typically grown on small garden-size plots and is used to supplement a family's income & for personal use. Coffee is delivered in cherry form, and it is depulped and bulked the same day into tanks of water, where it ferments for 24–48 hours, depending on the weather. It is then washed and spread on raised beds for about 10-12 days to dry. Coffees are separated into "lots" that are 150 bags of parchment coffee each.
|Imported by||Cafe Imports|
|Price in USD||4.33/lb|
|Number of bags purchased||3|