SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11
Taste profile: coffee with descriptors of sweet red berries, grapefruit and dark chocolate.
Packing options: 250 grams, 1 kilogram and in drip bags. We can send coffee beans or ground coffee for any brewing method, just tick the "Grind" box and select the grinding size for your brewing method.
Coffee in Kenya is grown both on large plantations and on small farms. Small farmers are members of cooperatives and donate their crops to processing stations owned by cooperatives. The main commercial interest for buyers is Central Kenya, as well as areas in the west of the country.
Our lot is grown on the Endebess farm, which is located in the Nzoya region in Kenya.
The Endebess Farm was founded in the 1940s. It covers an area of 758 hectares, of which 248 hectares are coffee plantations.
There are two harvest seasons in Kenya: main and early. The main crop (late crop/main crop) is harvested from November to December, while the early crop (fly crop) is harvested from May to June each year.
The entire production process from harvesting to processing and drying takes place on the farm, harvesting is carried out manually.
With natural processing, the berries are sent to dry immediately after collection and sorting.
Coffee is dried on African beds for 20 days. During the day, the berries are constantly turned over so that the process proceeds more evenly, and at night they are covered with a special material that protects against condensation.Video about the country of coffee growing - Kenya