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Country:Kenya
Region:Thika
Producer:Karatu Wet Mill, one of four
Farm Size:150 trees on average per family
Altitude:6,200 ft.
Varietals:SL28 & SL34
Harvest:December 2014
Soil:Red volcanic loam, acidic
Production Method:Traditional Kenya washed

Limited Roast - See description for next roast date.

Country:Kenya
Region:Thika
Producer:Karatu Wet Mill, one of four
Farm Size:150 trees on average per family
Altitude:6,200 ft.
Varietals:SL28 & SL34
Harvest:December 2014
Soil:Red volcanic loam, acidic
Production Method:Traditional Kenya washed
Limited Roast!
Check back for next roast date


Karatu is graded AA: these are bold uniform beans that have been manicured of almost all defect. It is a classic full bodied Kenyan with pristine yet velvety notes of black currant, concord grape, plum, and chocolate.

Karatu is one of four wet mills, called factories in Kenya, which form part of the Gitwe Cooperative Society of Farmers, Ltd. Approximately 900 farms, with an average of 150 coffee trees, bring their coffee cherries to this mill. Karatu is a mere 22 miles from Kenya's capital, Nairobi, on the east-facing side of the Aberdare Mountains.

Coffee fields grow alongside tea fields at elevations over 6,000 feet. These farmers practice multi-cropping - macadamia, avocado, beans, bananas, peas, sweet potatoes as well as tea.



Please note:
Orders must be placed by 6:00am (Eastern Time) on their roasting date.
We open the cart availability for each limited edition roast on the Thursday afternoon before the date of roasting. ~ Thanks!

Limited Roast - See description for next roast date.