Once again, this is an outstanding Kenyan coffee. That isn't by accident as the care put in from growth to processing is bar none. As we see with this coffee, these details create something really complex and special.
- Weston Schnetz
Kenyan coffees are expensive. This is actually a good thing. When you consider everything required to produce coffee (farming, harvesting, sorting, land management, processing and washing, exporting...), the prices most of us are used to begin to seem very low - low enough to cause us to question the supply chain. This coffee is expensive because of its quality as a Kenyan coffee, but we also think it is a good thing for all of us to wrestle with the idea of how much coffee should cost.
- Tasting Notes: Green Grape, Lemon, Shortbread Cookie
- Region: Karatina, Konyu
- Producer: Ndimaini
- Cultivar: SL 28, SL 34, Batian, Ruiru II
- Process: Washed, Dried on Raised Beds
- Elevation: 1600M