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Origin: Nyeri County, Central KenyaWashing Station: NdaroiniGrade: AAProcessing: WashedVariety: SL28, SL34, Batian, Ruiru 11Altitude: 1750 maslCrop Year: 2023 Roast Style: Filter Coffee
Ndaroini is one of the most famous processing stations in the Nyeri region. Its name is translated from Swahili as "place of rest".Nyeri County lies on the western slope of the highest mountain in the country - Mt.Kenya. Coffee from Nyeri is considered one of the best in Kenya. The entire region is often referred to as "The Champagne Region of Coffee", famous for its volcanic soils and temperature climate that create perfect conditions for coffee growing.Until 2019, the Ndaroini washing station was managed by the Gikanda Cooperative Society, but then split off and became a joint stock company. Nowadays, the station is used by 1,400 local farmers, each of whom has 10 shares in the company. Each year they elect a manager and a board committee. Thanks to this reform, Ndaroini farmers have become one of the highest paid in Kenya.When enjoying this delicious Kenyan, you can expect bright fruity notes of blueberry and red grape, with vibrant white florals notes such as magnolia.
WASHED PROCESSINGAll coffee is carefully selected by hand, de-pulped and undergoes 16-24 hours of dry fermentation in concrete tanks. After this it is washed, sorted and after 12-18 hours of washed fermentation is sent for drying. On the first day, the beans are dried on special nets, followed by 21 days of drying on the ordinary patios with constant stirring. At the last stage, the coffee is sent to the huller to remove all the upper layers. The farmers practice various agricultural practices including coffee farming, dairy and banana farming with coffee being one of their main cash crops. On their farms of 0,25 ha they grow and produce numerous coffee varietals including SL 28, SL 34, Ruiru 11 and Batian. The cooperative produces over one million kilograms of cherry and remains one of the best coffee producing cooperatives in Kenya both in terms of production and returns/payments to the farmers, with some of the most high-quality AA and AB washed coffees from Kenya.
250g €/kg: 71.6€1kg €/kg: 61.9€