Its the second time I have this wonderful coffee from Kenya. I really like the complexity, not to harsh acidity. Its a very balanced coffee.
Gatomboya is a smallholder farmer society
Gatomboya Factory (washing station) is part of the Barichu Co-operative Society. Gatomboya collects cherries from about 600 smallholders with an average of 0,4 hectares of coffees. Their total production is about 350 tons of cherries pr year. Fermentation is done with Fresh River Water from Gatomboya stream.
GATOMBOYA is a Kikuyu word meaning “swamp” due to the swampy area,which made it a good arrow roots cultivated area.
The Barichu Cooperative Society is located in Nyeri in Central Kenya. Nyeri is known for coffees with intense, complex, and flavor-dense cup profiles. It is made up of mainly smallholder farms, each with some 100 trees. They are organized in Cooperative Societies that acts as umbrella organizations for the Factories (wetmills), where the smallholders deliver their coffee cherries for processing.
|Variety||100 % Arabica SL 28 & SL34|
|Roast Master, Quality cupper & Barista||Søren Stiller Markussen|