Organic Kenya AA Nyeri Reserve - Muiri Estate

Unroasted Coffee (Size): 3 LB
Sweet concord grape notes, mimicking a grape jelly vibe beautifully set up our limited release, organic Kenyan coffee. A complex and structured cup with a lively strawberry-like acidity complemented by a silky vanilla-nougat mouthfeel. Prepare for a gourmet coffee experience.

FLAVOR: Strawberry, Grape, Nougat

How it tastes? A rare, special organic Kenya AA bursting with layers of flavor. A structured cup full of sweet concord grapes reminiscent of grape jelly.

The acidity, lively with strawberry notes, beautifully pairs with a vanilla, nougat mouthfeel.

The aroma is intense and the taste pleasing. The brew is crisp yet smooth and wonderful acidic.
Recommended Roast: Medium - Dark Medium roast develops a structured cup with aromas of fresh berry, accents of strawberry and decadent chocolate.

Dark roast develops layers of sticky berry jam, bold chocolate and rich caramel notes.

This high elevation, AA bean (16/17) takes heat well and produces a vibrant and bold cup.
  • Organic, GMO-free
  • Roast coffee prior to use
  • 100% Specialty arabica
  • Store in cool, dry place
  • Direct Trade, Fair Trade
  • Packaged in 2-ply foil bag

Organic Kenya AA Muiri Estate

Organic coffee in Kenya is rare. But excellent organic coffee is practically unheard of. We are excited to support the growth of any farmer producing organics. Established in 1976, the Muiri Estate received its organic certification in 2008 and has garnered the reputation of excellence in coffee production.

PRODUCER Mr. Wachira, Muiri Farm
REGION Kiambu County, Kenya
HARVEST Nov '21 - Jan '22
ARRIVAL Jan - May '22
PROCESS Fully Washed & dried on raised beds
ELEVATION 1,900 - 2,200 masl

The Muiri Estate sits on an expansive shade-grown farm of about 400 acres in the acclaimed Kiambu County, Kenya’s revered coffee region. Equipped with an onsite wet mill and access to a large dam, the Estate’s organic coffee is processed with a laser focus on quality control.

Committed to sustainability, the Muiri Estate houses about 55 cows in a newly built facility for dairy production, as well as fertilizer for the organic growing of its coffee. Operational staff members  and seasonal workers are housed on the Estate’s cottages during the peak harvest season.

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