Kenya Tegu is up too.
Kirimukuyu in Nyeri, Kenya Coffea Arabica, SL 28 and SL 34 At the foot of Mount Kenya, the Tegu washing station receive cherry from around 900 small holder farmers with an average of 250 coffee trees each. In the loamy, volcanic soil in the area, the farmers are growing the varieties SL 28 and SL 34. The smallholder farmers bring their cherry to the washing station, where the cherry undergo a sorting to make sure only the red and ripe cherries are being processed. Moreover, the traditional Kenyan wet processing is performed with great precision overlooked by the factory manager. After fermentation and washing, the coffee undergoes a soaking. Then, parchment is spread out on drying tables and is frequently turned by hand to dry evenly. Dark chocolate fragrance, clean and balanced with flavours of dried apricot, rose hip and orange zest.