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Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya
Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya
Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya
Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya
Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya
Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya

Docha Kiambu AB — Kenya

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€14,00

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Tasting notes

Caramelized sugar — Tomato — Creamy

 

Cherry is selectively handpicked and then pulped. Coffee is then fermented for 12 to 24 hours in a small tank before being washed in clean water to remove any remaining mucilage. All waste water from the washing process is cleaned to ensure environmental impact is limited.

Parchment is soaked for 12 hours and then transferred to raised beds where it sundries for 14 to 21 days. As it dries, parchment is turned regularly to ensure even drying. 

Even for farmers who may have their own processing set up, the dry-milling set-up within Kenya does not well serve small-to-medium size farmers. Dry mills have lot minimums, which are usually about 50 bags of parchment per lot. This is often unattainable for smaller farmers, necessitating that they merge their lots with others, losing traceability, which in turn which lowers their overall returns and removes potential for name recognition and direct-trade relationship.

Over deze single origin

Country
Variaties 
KENYA
SL28 & SL34
Region
Quality
KIAMBU, CENTRAL KENYA
AB microlot
Process
Producer
FULLY WASHED
JEOFFREY GATHOGO KARUNGONDO 

Tasting notes

Caramelized sugar — Tomato — Creamy

 

Cherry is selectively handpicked and then pulped. Coffee is then fermented for 12 to 24 hours in a small tank before being washed in clean water to remove any remaining mucilage. All waste water from the washing process is cleaned to ensure environmental impact is limited.

Parchment is soaked for 12 hours and then transferred to raised beds where it sundries for 14 to 21 days. As it dries, parchment is turned regularly to ensure even drying. 

Even for farmers who may have their own processing set up, the dry-milling set-up within Kenya does not well serve small-to-medium size farmers. Dry mills have lot minimums, which are usually about 50 bags of parchment per lot. This is often unattainable for smaller farmers, necessitating that they merge their lots with others, losing traceability, which in turn which lowers their overall returns and removes potential for name recognition and direct-trade relationship.