Cola, cocoa, lime. Full bodied and balanced with a burnt sugar finish.
Process - Two-stage fermentation. Washed, soaked and sun-dried. Two-stage drying process.
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Situated in Nyeri, to the west of Mount Kenya, Kaiguri coffee station work with around 500 small holders through their partnership with the Mutheka Farmers Co-operative Society.
Kenya can deliver wonderfully sweet coffees, with vibrant acidity and amazing flavour - this coffee has these qualities in abundance!
After harvesting ripe cherry, farmers deliver their coffee to Kaiguri where it’s de-pulped using water from the Gura river. Kaiguri station has an environmental as well as a quality focus, using soaking pits to manage waste water and help safeguard the local eco-system. Growers working with the co-operative also have an active program to plant shade trees and farm a range of other crops which helps bio-diversity.
Coffee production in Kenya has reduced significantly over the past few decades; with annual production down by as much as 70% since the 1980’s so we appreciate what this part of East Africa can offer more and more.