The Karatu is crisp, sweet and snappy, with vibrant notes of red currant, Orange Julius, rose blossom and white sugar.
This clean, dynamic coffee is the perfect example of how pleasant a bright Kenyan coffee can be. Sipping the Karatu is a treat, starting with beautiful aromatics and finishing with a sugary sweet aftertaste.
Situated on the red volcanic slopes of the Aberdare Mountains in Kiambu, Kenya, is the Gitwe Cooperative Society of Farmers. 900 small-holder farmers, each with an average of 150 coffee trees, deliver their ripe cherries to the Karatu Coffee Factory.
Recommended Method: Fellow Stagg Dripper
20g coffee ground as fine as sea salt, 300g water.
Coffee > 1:15 Coffee to Water Ratio