Kenya Baragwi Thimu Peaberry
FLAVOR: PAPAYA, MULBERRY, MANGO
This coffee offering comes to us from western Kirinyaga, a Kenyan district named after the native Kikuyu word for Mt. Kenya. The Kikuyu people live and thrive on the southern and western slopes of the mountain where they use the fertile volcanic soil and fresh river water to produce world-class coffee. Since coffee has been a part of human culture for centuries, certain truths have developed over time; truths that are inherent to Temple Coffee values. In the Kikuyu language, the word Thimu means "proverb". This coffee offering and the farmers who produce it are a perfect reflection of our company's favorite Thimu: "Good coffee is not an accident." Enjoy!
Farm: Baragwi Farmers Co-operative Society
Altitude: 1700 - 1800 MASL
Varietals: SL-28, Ruiru 11, and SL-34
Production Method: Washed