In Kenya coffee is generally classified by wet mill rather than farm. This coffee was produced by the Aguthi Farmers Cooperative Society, who are made up of four wet mills and 2000 members. Their second largest mill being Thageini, within the well-known coffee producing region of Nyeri, has 450 farming members who have worked to contribute to this specific lot.
This is the second year that the Aguthi Farmers have collaborated with Project Origin to produce this 'supernatural' anaerobic style coffee. The first harvest in 2019, produced such small amounts it did not make it to the commercial market. This harvest ran successfully which has brought out unique expressions of the SL28/SL34 varietal. From this cup you can expect upfront the classic flavour of Blackcurrant, followed by a thick creamy texture similar to white chocolate. You can also find a lot of rich purple fruits and red berries, as well as a passionfruit like acidity.