Kenya Kambarare Coffee (#005)

Wholebeans, 250g only. Full info below
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Chocolates And Sugars Flavours / Notes
Chocolate & SugarsChoc & Sugars
Citrus And Floral Flavours / Notes
Citrus & Floral
Fruity Flavours / Notes
Caramel Cherry Mixed Citrus Strawberry
Flavours & Notes
Coffee Specification
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Region Kirinyaga
Producer Gerald Njagi
Varietal SL28 + SL34
Altitude 1850 masl
Brightness of Flavours
Full Bodied
Balance of Flavours
Dominant Flavours
Cup Score (SCA)
88 89 90 91
92 93 94-100 Undisclosed
Processing Method
Washed Natural Anaerobic Other
Roast Profile
Espresso Filter Omniroasted
More Information
What bag size(s) is this coffee available in? 250g
Does this include caffeine? Yes, this product contains caffeine
Is this coffee available as pre-ground? No, this is available as wholebeans only

About Kenya Kambarare Coffee (#005)

About Gringo:Gringo are a curious little coffee roasting company in Göteburg, Sweden. Established in May 2018, they are committed to great coffee, sourcing a wide range of 100% fully transparent speciality coffees from single farms, estates and cooperatives.

Whilst a lot of the coffees come from organically certified farms, a lot more coffee comes from much smaller plantations, where a certification would not be economically possible. Gringo choose to support these farms as there is often a good intentions behind each farmer, especially the ones that work with quality, that translate into positive and considerate environmentally-friendly practices.

About This Coffee:This small microlot comes from Kambarare Estate, which is a family-owned farm in the forest of Mount Kenya, in the Kirinyaga district. The farm is run by young Gerald Njagi, together with his father and two brothers. Gerald is a third generation coffee producer at this location. 

Cupping Notes:Cherry Cola / Juicy / Strawberry Caramel

Variety:This batch is their first anaerobic coffee, where the SL28 and SL34 varieties are depulped and then fermented in the air tight barrels. This is one of many microlotts that Gerald has experimented with, and perhaps the best. There are plenty of juicy notes here, for which Kenya is so famous, but with a heightened complexity from the anaerobic fermentation. The coffee tastes of both butterscotch and acidic caramel, irresistibly delicious

Estimated cost savings for this special guest coffee:
Roaster RRP £18.00
Shipping £8.00
Customs £4.50
Savings £13.50 (45%)
(Shipped from GUSTATORY. Shipping to UK: £3.00, Europe from £7.00, Rest of World from £10.00)
Estimated dates for this special guest coffee:
Roasting On Nov 21st
  Rest Period
Shipped From Dec 2nd
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