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Free shipment within netherlandsFor orders over 35 euro
Products can be picked up in the storeMonday-Friday 09:00-17:00
Returning the products is possibleWithin 14 days
Smallholder farmers cultivate coffee in the region’s rich volcanic and sandy soil. The area is well irrigated and verdant. Most farms are extremely small, about 20 trees on average and provide cash income for families. These smallholders handpick ripe cherry and deliver it to the Karani factory that day. At intake, cherry is meticulously sorted. All sorting is overseen by the cherry clerk, who ensures that only ripe, undamaged cherry Is received.
Once sorted, cherry is pulped on the factory’s disc pulper and then density sorted. Pulped cherry is dry fermented for 16 to 24 hours. Skilled staff oversee fermentation, checking regularly to ensure fermented is halted at just the right moment. After fermentation, cherry is sent through washing and grading channels.
Parchment is placed on raised drying beds. Staff sort drying parchment to remove any remaining defective beans and turn parchment constantly to promote even drying. Drying typically takes between 1 and 3 weeks.
Black Currant, Blackberry, Blood Orange, Brown Suga,r Dark Chocolate ,Juicy
|producer||Several small farmers for Karani wet mill|
|country of origine||Kenya|
|region||Gichugu - Kirinyaga|
|processing method||washed and sundried|
|% reject through color sorting||2.2|