• Subtle coffee with lemon notes
• Rice Crispies finish
|Kenyan coffee deserves its own category in the coffee world. There is good reason why many of the most experienced coffee fanatics in the industry call Kenya their favorite: It’s a unique and flat-out spectacular coffee! Why is it so great? A near-perfect synergy of altitude, latitude, botany and processing tradition is the most logical answer.|
|This coffee comes from Eastern Province, in the well known Meru County. It’s North -East of the famous Mount Kenya, where most of Kenya’s top coffees grow in volcanic soils.
Nearby the town of Nkubu, The Munani Washing Station produces coffees from nearby coffee fields like these from Kiigane, where the coffee grows under Grevillea, Macademia and Blue Gum trees.
Water needed for processing comes from the Mwirangara River and they also produce Maize, Beans and Horticultural crops.
The variety is mainly SL28 and SL34, with a bit of Ruiri and Batian.
The Screening is a Peaberry.