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Discover the Distinctive Elegance of Kenyan Coffee: Experience the refined character of our Kenyan honey-processed coffee. This medium-light roast is a showcase of Kenya's renowned coffee quality, offering a unique tasting profile that caters to all palates.

Expertly Crafted Honey Processing: Our Kenyan coffee undergoes a the honey processing method, which enhances its natural sweetness and ensures a balanced acidity. This process, contributes to a coffee that is both nuanced in flavour and exceptional in quality.

Complex Flavour Profile for the Connoisseur: With tasting notes of plum, spiced pear, and a hint of aperol spritz, this coffee offers a complex and layered experience. The fruity undertones of plum are perfectly complemented by the notes of spiced pear, and aperol spritz finish.

Ideal for Various Brewing Techniques: Suited for a multitude of brewing methods, from traditional drip to espresso, this Kenyan honey-processed coffee is designed to appeal to a wide range of coffee enthusiasts. Its versatility makes it an excellent choice for both personal enjoyment and professional settings.

Tasting Notes

Plum, spiced pear and aperol spritz 


Origin - Kenya.

Variety - SL34

Altitude - 1950 MASL

Process - Honey

About the farmer

This coffee originates from the Karimikui Factory, which is operated by the Rungeto Farmers Cooperative Society in the Ngairiama region of Kirinyaga District, located in the Central Province of Kenya. Established in 1953, the Rungeto Farmers Cooperative Society comprises approximately 3,500 smallholder farmers. These producers typically manage plots of about one hectare in size, where they cultivate coffee alongside other fruit and vegetable crops.

During the harvest season, farmers meticulously handpick the ripest coffee cherries, delivering them to the mill on the same day of harvest. At the mill, the cherries undergo a rigorous sorting process by hand, with damaged and under-ripe cherries carefully separated from the fully ripe ones. The cherries are then pulped, fermented, washed, and sun-dried at the factory before undergoing grading in preparation for the weekly auctions in Nairobi.

Blessed with consistent rainfall, the coffee-growing conditions in this region are among the best in the world. Consequently, this coffee embodies the esteemed qualities associated with Kenyan coffee – remarkable acidity, deep fruity notes, and a lusciously syrupy texture.

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