thegrace Drip Coffee Bags | Kenya Kagunyu AA

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thegrace portable filters are specially designed drip coffee bags that can be used similar to tea bag. With an oxygen absorbing patch they keep your coffee 99.9% as fresh as the day they were ground and last for up to one year.

The portable filters combine the convenience of instant coffee with the fresh amazing taste of a barista brewed espresso in less than 2 minutes. Each serving is made from the highest quality, hand picked specialty coffee beans. After brewing, the filter can be disposed of thoughtfully for a quick and easy clean-up.

Perfect for the home, the office, travelling and those last minute camping trips, thegrace portable filters have you covered! Happiness is just one cup away.

Kenya - Kagunyu AA
Region: Kagunyu
Varietals: SL 28,34
Process: Full washed/ Wet
Altitude: 1600 mals
Cup Notes: Dark savoury cup with sweet apricot jam, Tangerine, lemon and wine like acidity, dark plum acidity, lingering toffee notes

Freshly roasted by @darkscoffeeroasters

Kangunyu is one of the coffee Factories (wet-mills that are organized as cooperatives) within the Rumukia Coffee Farmer Society in Karatina area of Nyeri. It is close to Mukurwe-ini, and was formerly part of this society until it fell apart in the '90s. Within the same Rumukia group are some other fantastic stations, Kiawamururu, Gatura, and Tambaya to name a few. The altitude is 1600+ meters above sea level, and growing areas in the fertile foothills of Mt. Kenya and Aberdare ranges. Most farmer members have on average only 250 coffee trees: a "garden" more or less. Again, in Kenya coffee "societies" the farmer's plots are so small, they are measured in numbers of trees, not in area of land as they are in other coffee origins. But this means that co-ops provide micro-management of every coffee tree by the owner of the land, not by a large-scale agriculture operation like the big estates of Kiambu or Thika. The member farmers have the two preferred coffee varieties under cultivation, SL-28 and SL-34, with the vast majority of trees being SL-28.

7 bags, Net wt. 10g

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