Another outstanding small lot offering from Kenya. Try a fresh roast of our Kiambu Mikari; this coffee brews a cup bold with soft caramel flavors accented by grapefruit notes. We have sourced this wonderful crop from the Mikari Farmers’ Co-operative Society. In Kiambu County, Kenya almost a mile high in elevation, farmers cultivated their coffee trees in rich volcanic fertile soil. The small family owned farms often are defined by the number of coffee trees rather than acres, 250 coffee trees on average per family’s half-acre plots. Farmers exercise meticulous execution during coffee cherry selection at harvest. Beans are then de-pulped, washed and sun-dried at the Mukurwe Factory wet mill also managed by the Mikari Farmers Coop.