Kenya

Ndaroini

Chamomile · Nectarine · Black Currant

$20.25

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Kenyan coffees are known for their juicy, and extremely pronounced acidities. Phosphoric-rich soil plays a role in creating a vibrant cup. This lot delivers soft chamomile blossoms alongside the tart sweetness of nectarine with a black currant body.

  • Bean Details
    Producers

    Ndaroini Small Holding producers

    Country

    Kenya

    Region

    Nyeri

    Cultivar

    SL-28, SL-34

    Years of Purchase

    1 years

    Process

    Washed

    Elevation

    1800 Meters

    Harvest

    October - March

    Tasting Notes

    Chamomile, Nectarine, Black Currant

    Brew Method:

    We recommend iced pour over.

    Recipe:
    • 22 grams ground coffee
    • 100 grams ice
    • 252 grams hot water
    • Total brew time is 3 minutes. We recommend giving the final brew a shake then straining over a vessel with additional ice.
    Pro Tip

    Anyone that loves Ruthaka will enjoy this.

  • Farmlevel Story

    Farmlevel

    It’s our first year purchasing from the Ndaroini Cooperative located in the Nyeri region of Kenya.

    The goal of Ndaroini farmers is to improve their overall production and quality of the coffee. Two years ago, the cooperative was divided into 7 blocks, consisting of 200 members. It has since grown to between 1200 to 1400 members strong. The memories are fueled by the ethos “take care of one another.” Every farmer undergoes training in agronomic practices to ensure the progress of their shrubs. The cooperative’s mission is to increase cup quality by bringing their overall cup scores from 85 to 87 or higher. During our recent visit, we heard from many farmers about the difficult payment structure in Kenya. Direct sourcing, payment, and traceability can be difficult.

    The Ndaroini Cooperative in 2018 & 2019 produced 1,322,774 pounds of cherry and in 2019 & 2020 produced 2,094,391 pounds of cherry. In just 2 years the cooperative almost doubled their output.

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