Horsham Coffee Roaster - Kenya Gondo AB
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After delivery water floatation is first used to separate the ripe from under ripe cherries before the pulped is removed from the cherries. After this the coffee is fermented in water tanks to break down the remaining pulped. Once the fermentation process is completed, the beans enter the washing channels where floaters are separated further and the dense beans are cleaned of mucilage and are washed once again.
Once the washing is complete they are then laid on raised drying tables that allow full air circulation to ensure even drying. While the beans dry they are hand sorted many times to ensure defects are removed. Once the target moisture content has been reached the coffee is bagged and stored until it is ready to be prepared at the dry mill.
This is an AB lot meaning the bean size is one step down from the largest AA grade. This isn’t a grade of cup quality but rather a grade of bean size. We’ve found that quite often AB grades can perform better in the cup and quality cannot be judged on bean size along!
Farm/Coop: Various small hold farmers
Great for: Aeropress, Espresso, Filter, With milk
Origin: Africa/Kenya - Murang’a County, Mathioya District
Process Method: Washed
Tasting Notes: Bright and floral with notes of pineapple, grapefruit and black cherry
Varietals: SL28 and K7
When do we roast and post your coffee?
Single origin coffees are roasted on Mondays and Thursdays.
All our web orders are shipped next working day via Royal Mail Tracked 48 or Interlink Express. Delivery is charged at a flat fee of £2.75 with free delivery on orders of £15 or more.
To preserve quality, we are only able to ship whole bean coffee.
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Collection locations (Free)
- Horsham Roastery - By appointment ONLY: Unit 14a, Church Lane Estate, Church Lane, Plummers Plain, West Sussex, RH136LU - (please email/phone beforehand)
Initial collection: Horsham Coffee Roaster
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