Kichawir is a washed coffee that Elbgold rated with 89.5 SCA points. He is from Kericho County in the Rift Valley from the Kichawir Farmers Cooperative Society. The cooperative switched its coffee cultivation from conventional to organic three years ago. The cherries come from around 740 farmers who grow corn, bananas, yams, beans and coffee of the varieties SL 28 and SL 34 on their land. The coffee is washed, prepared and then dried on African Beds for two to three weeks until the moisture content of the beans is below 12%, after which it is peeled in the Drymill and sorted according to quality.
This Kenya AA tastes super juicy and sparkling of currants, gooseberries, kiwi with a hint of vanilla and cinnamon.
- Region: Kenya
- Process: Washed
- Variety: SL28 + SL34
- Notes: Currant, red gooseberry & kiwi