Get to Know This Coffee Like a morning commute that's nothing by green lights, this coffee is effortless and easy, and will definitely put a smile on your face. Brew as drip, press, espresso.
Its Nerdy Side This delightful coffee is grown by the 611 members of the Kagwanja group in the Komothai Coop. The farm sits at an elevation of around 5500 ft on the slopes of the Aberdare mountains. After growing on clay loam soil, coffee cherries are picked and processed using a fully washed method.
Enjoy cranberry, raisin and lemon in this medium roast.
What's Cool Traceable Kenya coffees, like this one, are available from either privately owned estates, or cooperatively managed washing stations commonly called “Factories.” Factories are typically organized in Societies, much like cooperatives organize under associations in Latin American coffee producing countries. While private estates have had the ability to market directly to buyers for some time, it’s a relatively recent development that exporters have been able to market coffees from individual washing stations (factories) directly to buyers.