Africa & Arabia
Available In Single Serve As Grind Option
Known for their rich, exotic flavor and aroma, these medium to full-bodied East African coffees have noticeably pointed acidity
Established as a cattle farm in 1902, the Windrush Estate was first planted with coffee in 1930. In 1971, there was a transfer of ownership from the rich landowners to the hands of the indigenious residents.
Notes: Vanilla, Spice, Green Tea
Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Biloya
The Biloya Cooperative is located within Gedeo Yirgacheffe, where growing altitudes reach up to 2,100 meters above sea level. The group is comprised of farmers who share ideas, collaborate on projects, and produce some of the highest quality coffee in the region.
Notes: Sweet Cherry, Grape, Chocolate
Kanake is a personal favorite of ours. You will find the Kanake washing station on the upper elevations of the Aberdare Range in Kiambu county. It's truly picturesque - nestled in between small tea farms and low laying clouds. High elevation (2100+ MASL) gives both the range required for developing acidity and the cool climate needed for preserving organic materials through drying. The result is a bright, juicy cup.
Elevation: 6,200 ft
Varietals: SL 28, Ruiru 11, Batian
Washing Method: Fully washed, 24-36 hour ferment, no soak
Drying Method: Raised beds
Description: Some of our favorite farmers from Tanzania's southern state of Mbeya brought us this drinkable cup!
Flavors: crisp notes of cinnamon and peach tea acidity
Kutisha Iced Coffee Blend
A bold, bright and refreshing blend of East African coffees artfully crafted specifically for enjoying over ice. Medium to full bodied, with juicy notes of citrus, peach and mango. A refreshing and unique blend perfect for summer! Kutisha means AWESOME in Swahili