Drip Coffee Series EP 5 - Brewing Kenyan Coffee

Drip Coffee Series EP 5 - Brewing Kenyan Coffee



Origin: Kenya
Region: Nyeri County
Soil: Volcanic Loam
Process: Fully Washed & Dried in Raised Beds
Altitude: 1,750 - 1,900m AMSL


Body: Medium to Heavy
Acidity: Blackcurrant & Blueberry
Aroma: Fruity, Tomato
Texture: Sweet & Juicy
Finish: Black Tea


This classic Kenyan Nyeri is sourced from small family-owned farms, a part of the Barichu Farmers' Cooperative Society; which is organised around the Gatomboya Factory in Nyeri County, Kenya.


"Gatomboya" is a Kikiyu word for "Swamp", which describes the swampy nature of the land where these beauties are grown. They have a cult following for their vibrant and complex flavours. The cherries are also handpicked and sorted manually by only choosing the ripened cherries before production.


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