SPECIALITY TRILOGY AFRICA
Three stunning and completely new arrivals for your delectation
Kenya: Tekangu Tegu AA
The Tegu factory is one of the wet mills owned and operated by the Tekangu Farmers Cooperative Society near the town of Karatina in Nyeri. Grown at an altitude of 1,700 m. This beautiful wash processed coffee has notes of pink grapefruit, peach and raspberry
£7.00 / 250g
Malawi: Mzuzu AA
£6.50 - £13.00
Mzuzu Cooperative Union members are located in the Northern highlands of Malawi and almost 80% of the coffee is grown on terraces by smallholder farmers. There are 3,000 members, of which 25% are women and have been growing coffee since the early 1930s. The Union was formed in 2007, (comprising of six cooperatives) and prior to this was operated by the Government as a Smallholder Coffee Authority.
Cherries are harvested at dawn and brought to be pulped in the early afternoon. Careful washing and grading is carried out on the same day before the wet parchment settles into separate fermenting tanks. The fermented coffee is dried on raised beds, then the parchment is transported to the central hulling plant in Mzuzu and sampled for moisture content, green graded, roast assessed and cupped prior to hulling.
This Malawian coffee offers a bright sweetly balanced wine-like acidity, with a smooth body, and flavours of butterscotch, caramel, orange, sweet berry jam, and tropical fruit.
Rwanda: Kinini Coop Natural
Kinini coffee is a Coop consisting of approx. 600 small producers, often female, in Rulindo district, Northern Province. This late processed natural grown at an altitude of 1800m is packed full of flavoursincluding blueberry, chocolate, candyfloss, mango and maple syrup.
£7.00 / 250g
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