Deep sweetness and all the clean cup goodness you expect from a washed Kenya.
The region of Embu is located in the South Eastern foothills of Mount Kenya, the highest mountain in the country and second highest in Africa after Kilimanjaro. The extinct volcano forms the backdrop for much of the surrounding country, as well as contributing to the soil fertility and cool air which allows Kenyan coffees to develop such excellence in the cup. This coffee scored an impressive 87.5 so it BANGS across multiple brew methods.
In the brew I'm getting:
Blackberries, vanilla creaminess, and my taste markers are chewy and bright!
**Sourced through the legends at Olam this coffee is brought in from the Kithungururu Farmer Cooperative Society ltd. The farmer area for this coffee was 440 hectares. It's a fully washed AA of SL28, SL34 and Batian varietals grown at an altitude of 2000masl.