Salivating SL juice. Think pink rhubarb, vanilla and nectarine.
From the roaster
This is the 2nd year we are buying from Gititu, after finding last year’s lot so salivating. Part of the Aghuti Farmers Cooperative Society, it’s comprised of 800 smallholder farmers. Their cherries are separated, soaked & fermented for 24 hours, then washed before a second 24 hour fermentation. The beans are then cleaned of mucilage & soaked for a final 24 hours allowing amino acids & proteins to develop, resulting in those typical notes of high acidity & complex fruit flavours we love in Kenyan coffees
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