From Hundred House Coffee:
Nambala Agricultural Marketing Cooperative Society was originally formed in 2007. The co-op deals primarily in coffee and maize, combining produce from 287 members within the district of Songwe. The majority of farmers keep one or two pigs, cows and some poultry to support their income and provide sustenance - the primary fertiliser for many farms is manure from livestock.
This lot is primarily made from home processed coffee, with cherry hand-harvested and pre-sorted before pulping. The coffee cherry is selectively handpicked by the family at each farm. Once the day of picking is complete, processing will begin by separating out any under/overripe cherries. Next, the coffee is pulped using a hand pulper to remove the outer layer of fruit. Typically, the cherries are picked, sorted and pulped all in the same day; with processing conducted in the evening.
Farm/Coop: Nambala Co-op
LETTERBOX friendly (single bag): YES
Altitude: 1500 -1619 masl
Origin: Tanzania, Africa
Process Method: Washed Process
Varietals: Bourbon & Kent
Roasterr: Hundred House Coffee
Hundred House Coffee does not deliver to United Kingdom