Berry and Apple
Refreshingly crisp and juicy with a ripe, round structure, this single producer lot from Faith Estate showcases why we love Kenyan coffee so much. Clean and bright, we find a cup profile which reminds us of summer berries and apples.
Cecilia Wanjiku Haniel, owner of Faith Estate in Kenya’s central region of Kirinyaga, has an impressive and expansive presence. She is a founding member of a group of more than 30 small estate owners in Kirinyaga who meet monthly for trainings, business planning, and to share coffee growing and processing knowledge.
After selective handpicking, Cecilia pulps cherry on a small drum pulper before dry fermenting her coffee for 24 hours. After fermentation, she washes parchment in clean water and lays it to dry on raised beds.
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Altitude1800m - 1900m
VarietySL-34, SL-28, Ruiru 11
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