Tastes like blackcurrant and raspberry, with brown sugar sweetness.
Origin: Nyeri County, Kenya Variety: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11, Batian Process: Washed
Gachuiro is the name of the washing station located near Mt. Kenya National Park, in Nyeri County, Kenya. The washing station was established in 1988 and it's one of the four active washing stations in the area. They receive coffee cherries from their 401 farmer members, whose farms sit around 1,700-1,950 metres above sea level. Once delivered, the coffee is then sorted, pulped, sorted again—this time by density, then dry fermented for 20-24 hours, after that they're washed, dried and rested for about a month, which contributes to its long-lasting quality and vibrancy in the cup. After the coffee is well-rested, it is transported to a coffee mill to be dry milled and prepared for shipping.
In the cup, this coffee is vibrant with notes of blackcurrant and raspberry, with brown sugar sweetness.
Nett Weight 250g We roast every Wednesday and ship every Thursday
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