Kijani Kiboko

Nyeri, Kenya

Blackcurrant, Candy, Tomato

250g
3 × 250g
Clear

Grind

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Enjoy a well-balanced and complex cup of coffee with a pleasant black currant and ripe tomato sweetness in the cup

 
 

Enjoy a well-balanced and complex cup of coffee with a pleasant black currant and ripe tomato sweetness in the cup

About the Farmer

Coffee cultivation in Kenya is estimated at a total of 160,000 hectares with plantations making up about a third of that area. The largest part of the land is cared for by smallholder farmers who assign themselves to cooperatives.
The well-known coffee-growing region of Nyeri is located in the heart of the central highlands, between the western outskirts of Mount Kenya and the eastern end of the Great Rift Valley.
Nyeri is famous for producing the best coffees in the country. All of the coffees are processed using the wet or washed method and are dried under the African sun on raised beds.

Kenya has a tropical climate that is cooled slightly by breezes that cross the Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria. An abundance of wildlife make their homes in the flat savannahs that give rise to central highlands, peaked by Mount Kenya at 5,199 m.
It is here that the lush slopes are transformed into fertile farmlands, creating the ideal conditions for coffee cultivation. The combination of rich, red volcanic soil, high altitudes and an ideal climate has a huge impact on the development of the fine aromas and flavours that characterize this coffee.

About Kijani Kiboko

Producer

Smallholder Coffee Farmers

Region

Nyeri, Kenya

Altitude

1600m-2000m

Varieties

SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11

Harvest

Nov - Jan

Process

Washed

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