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Kenya Rutuma Ruthagatin 340g
Farmers Cooperative Society: Rutuma
Varietals: SL-28, SL-34, Batian, & Ruiru 11
Process: Double Washed
Altitude: 1800 MASL
Soaking 16 hours
Drying Method: Raised beds
Drying time: 2 hours
From the Nyeri Region located by the southern slopes of mount Kenya. The earth here is rich with volcanic soils. Providing much nutrients to the beans. contributing to its juicy complex flavours.
From harvest; smallholders deliver ripe cherries to the Ruthagati Factory where they are sorted and washed. The beans go through a period of Fermentation before being depulped. . Fresh water from a local stream is used to wash the coffee a second time. Then the coffee is placed on raised beds under the sun to dry. Coddled and thoughtfully processed. This coffee is fine, sharp and exquisite.
Extreme notes of nutmeg and molasses with a grape bubblegum aftertaste. The aroma is loud and abrasive. Roasted hot, and fast while carefully preserving a wildly boisterous legacy.
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