Roast level: Medium/Light
Tasting notes: Huge sweetness with notes of ripe black currant and brown sugar.
When we taste samples from Kenya, expectations are always high — we’ve consistently been charmed and puzzled by the sweetness, acidity, and depth of what their coffees have to offer. The Othaya Farmer’s Co-op deliver again this year. Their exacting production methods — hand-picked ripe cherries, carefully controlled washing, and meticulous drying — give us a coffee that is remarkably flavorful, but clean as a whistle.
Varietals: SL-34 and SL-28 Bourbon
Processing method: Washed