$ 23.00–$ 132.00
Roasted on the lighter side, expect more delicate and tea-like notes leaning towards almost perfume sweetness. More high notes, transparent but intensely complex.
Specific coffee origin traceability below.
Whole bean, single origin coffees.
Kenya Nyeri countey
This coffee is from the slopes on the south eastern slopes of the Aberdares mountain ranges. The high altitude and rich volcanic loam play a large part in the coffees character. The nearby mill, Mahiga factory is managed by the Othaya farmers co-operative, first started in 1956 with only 250 producers, it’s know grown to 11,000 strong. The coffee itself is cared for throughout the process. After picking, cherries are fermented underwater for 12 – 24 hours, washed with clean mountain spring water, soaked for another 12 – 24 hours, and finally dried on raised beds. All of the producers lots are biodynamic to avoid use of any herbicides or pesticides and share the soil with intercropped bananas, macadamia trees, and grevillea.
‘Experimental’ washing, SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11. Dried on raised beds. 1813 MASL. From Mountain Coffee.