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Process: Washed & Sun Dried
Tasting Notes: Blood orange, black currant, nectarine
Coffee Story: GATOMBOYA! All the way from Nyeri, Kenya. Chuffed to have coffee from this well known and highly respected washing station The name GATOMBOYA is a Kikuyu word which means swamp and refers to the area’s terrain. It is one of four washing stations affiliated with the Barichu Farmers Cooperative Society. Smallholder coffee farmers from surrounding villages bring coffee to the GATOMBOYA Washing Station. The nearby Kirigu River provides the water source for the washing station.
This coffee will be roasted fresh for you. Wood and Co will roast your coffee on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and dispatch same day.