Floral, juicy, brown sugar
Another standout from Guji zone of Ethiopia's Oromia region. Sharing the complex floral notes of many Ethiopian coffees, this washed coffee from Kercha Inshe cooperative shows off floral notes, with abundant juice and sweetness.
Black currant, nectarine and sweet molasses
Another stellar offering from Kenya. This washed variety from Barichu farmers cooperative in Nyeri County exemplifies why Kenya coffees are so prized. Clean, bright fruit notes dominate; nectarine balanced with a rich molasses finish. Roasted and shipped once a week.
Variety: SL-28, SL-34 Altitude: 1600-1800 masl
Floral, berry, lime, and caramel.
Natural processed coffee refers to coffee cherry picked and then laid out to dry whole. Unlike washed varieties where the bean is separated from the cherry and then the mucilage is rinsed off the bean, this natural drying process results in some complex and intense flavor notes.
Tangerine, ripe blackberry and sweet baking spice
Our Kenya offering is back. Coffees from Kenya are renowned for delivering the full package of coffee flavor: sweetness; spice; floral aromatics; and abundant acidity. This washed variety from Baragwi farmers cooperative in Kirinyaga County, shows off impressive complexity and depth. Roasted and shipped once a week.
Variety: SL-28, SL-34 Altitude: 1700 masl