This incredible Kenyan coffee from comes to us from Kiambu County, all from a single 199-hectare estate - the Windrush Coffee Estate. What's incredible about this is that it's run by 300 Kenyan shareholders who purchased the estate from a British settler in the 1970's. Instead of dividing it up, they've kept it together and put in a board of directors and a manager to keep it running smoothly. They own their own washing station, too, where cherries are milled with river water that is recirculated before it's disposed of in seepage pits. The estate grows tea, too!
Most the coffee is SL 28, grown at 1500MASL and dried on raised beds.
We taste a lot of currant notes, stonefruit and a nice floral finish.