Crisp red fruit, raspberry
Medium bodied with bright acidity
1600 - 1800m above sea level
Rung'eto Farmers Cooperative Society
Released in 1985, Ruiru 11 is a disease resistant varietal developed in Kenya
SL28 was developed in 1931 by Scott Laboratories to suit the growing conditions in Kenya. The varietal is known for its exceptional cup quality
Developed by Scott Laboratories in Kenya, the SL34 varietal was designed to be high yielding with good cup quality.
Alongside Ethiopia and Colombia, Kenya is one of the origins we get most excited about at the roastery. It exports some of the most vibrant, bright, and unique coffees in the world.
This region is located east of Nyeri, and has similarly rich volcanic soils and a high percentage of smallholder producers.
Machines are used to remove the flesh from the coffee cherry before being fermented in water, washed again, and finally sun dried. This process tends to result in more distinct, cleaner flavours.
Not as good as it was tasting on the Hong Kong and Phuket trip (maybe travelling around the world makes it taste different) - but still good in the cup. The berry sweetness seems to have disappeared, but the acidity is still present enough to make it a crisp finish. Brew temp: 88ºC
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