Farm: Various Smallholder Farms
Altitude: 1,500 to 2,000 m.a.s.l
Process: Fully Washed
Harvest: September to December
Varietal: Local heirloom
Silky mouthfeel, raisin, soft lime citrus and evident jasmine notes.Situated between savannah and lake, the rich volcanic soil of the Sidamo region is ideal for growing coffee. The farmers are generally small family farms, growing local heirloom varieties and using traditional farming methods. Yields are usually small due to lack of husbandry practices and farm inputs.
Suitable for:Region: CerradoFarm: Fazenda SapeFarmer: Maria de LourdesAltitude: 1,100 m.a.s.lProcess: NaturalVarietals: Yellow Bourbon Full and fleshy mouthfeel, prune and brown sugar sweetness, with a soft blackberry acidity. It's not your regular nut and cocoa driven Brazil! ...
Suitable for Region: KayanzaProducer: Local smallholding farms Altitude: 1,800 m.a.s.l.Process: HoneyVarietal: Red Bourbon Muscovado sugar sweetness with white peach acidity and flavours of wild honey and sticky dates. Nemba is two entities: a cooperative...
Suitable for Farm: Finca VeracruzOwner: Echavarria FamilyRegion: AntioquiaAltitude: 1,650 m.a.s.l.Process: Slow fermentation, washed and dried on raised bedsVarietal: Caturra, Colombia Coating mouthfeel, molasses and plum sweetness with cola nut tones, and red grapefruit acidity. Santa Barbara...
Suitable for Region: Nyeri CountyProducer: Thiriku Coffee Growers Cooperative SocietyFarmers: 2,300 Smallholder farmersAltitude: 1890 m.a.s.lProcess: WashedVarietal: Ruiru 11, SL 28, SL 34 Medium body with a coating mouthfeel, treacle, juicy blackberry, blackcurrant and aromatic jasmine notes....