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Kenya Kiambu Washed
Kenya Kiambu Washed
Kenya Kiambu Washed
Kenya Kiambu Washed
Kenya Kiambu Washed
Kenya Kiambu Washed
Kenya Kiambu Washed
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Kenya Kiambu Washed

Regular price $149.00 $0.00

Kenya Kiambu Washed coffee is a single origin special grade coffee beans from Kiambu Nyala region in Kenya. This coffee is washed processed and roasted in medium level. Smooth and fully bodied with red grape, lemonade acidity and flavour of caramel, milk chocolate, lemon and grape.

Kenya Kiambu Nyala AB Micro-Lot
Origin: Kenya
Region: Kiambu Nyala
Grade:AB Micro-Lot
Variety: SL 28, SL 34, and Ruiru 11
Altitude: 1 650 masl
Processing: Washed

Roasting Level: Medium roast
Tasting Notes:
Aroma: Lemon Grass, Honey, Plum
Acidity: Red Grape, Lemonade
Body: Full body and Smooth
Flavour: Caramel, Milk Chocolate, Lemon, Grape

Located just north of Nairobi in Kiambu County at an altitude of around 1640 masl Nyala Estate is one of the oldest coffee farms in the country. The county enjoys a warm climate with temperatures ranging between 12°C and 18.7°C, and the cool climate makes it ideal for coffee farming. June and July rank as the coldest months while January-March and September-October are the hottest months. The county is a leading innovative commercial hub that shares its borders with five other counties; Nakuru and Kajiado to the West, Murang’a and Nyandarua to the North and Nairobi to the South.
A clean cup, full-bodied, with juicy sweet citrus-like Kenyan acidity, cherry ripe and stone fruits.
Kenya is a powerhouse coffee Origin and one that is dear to our hearts. Traditional production practices and attention to detail at the best mills and Estates favour quality unparaelled in other coffee origins and the flavour profiles coming from the best lots can be sublime. Kenya also has one of the most transparent and rigid buying systems in the world at the Nairobi auctions. There are a number of very well organised, established estates surrounding Nairobi - however the majority of supply comes from farmers organised into cooperative structures as the average farmer will typically have land of between 0.5 and 3 acres. By law in Kenya a farmer with under 5 acres must be organised into a cooperative.

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