Kenya Natural and Ethiopia Washed
This month we're pairing a Natural processed coffee from Nyeri, Kenya with a Washed processed coffee from Sidama, Ethiopia. Natural processed (sun-dried) coffees
in Kenya are difficult to produce given both the larger size of ripe cherries and the high humidity climate. Both coffees are made from 'typical' varieties from
their respective growing regions.
For subscribers that missed our October box, you will notice our new RS-Subscriber-only bags. This is a project we started at the end of 2020.
This lot of bags is our first experiment at pushing the limitations on packaging substrate (this bag is mono-material and 100% recyclable). These bags will be
used until the end of this year, and we will transition back to our standard bags while we process the feedback from all our subscribers.
This coffee arrived along with several lots we obtained from coffee importer Tri-Up (based in Taiwan). They have been at the forefront of
process experiments at the farm-level (the Tomodachi release that sold out in 3 days was from Tri-Up). This coffee is their "Tri-Up" Sun Process.
Sourced by Tri-Up Coffee
Pomegranate, Strawberry, Fig
Filter We recommend Recipe B in our brew guide
Damo Shanta Golba
From the awesome coffee sourcerers Catalyst Trade (that brought us Basha, Demeka, Shantawene and Wush Wush),
this washed heirloom is from the relatively new Shanta Golba Washing station in Damo.
Sourced by Catalyst Trade
Orange Blossom, Peach, Black Tea
Filter We recommend Recipe A in our brew guide