Why did we choose COFFEE BEANS KENYA THUTI?
Thuti Wet Mill, literally a wet mill, is the oldest coffee factory of the Othaya association in Kenya. The cooperative is well known to lovers of specialty coffee, thanks to the exceptional quality of its production. Thuti prides itself on carefully inspecting coffee cherries grown by over 500 farmers.
Where does COFFEE BEANS KENYA THUTI come from?
Nestled deep in the hilly Nyeri region, Thuti Factory is located at 1820m above sea level. Its name comes from the Thuti River, which cuts through the volcanic soils of Kenya.
Kenya Thuti is a coffee made up of two laboratory-created varieties – SL28 and SL34. These varieties produce premium coffee beans, with a rich and complex flavor, pleasant acidity, and a dense body.
The taste profile of KENYA THUTI:
Coffee Kenya Tooti features incredible taste notes of dark chocolate, almond, grapefruit, and caramel.
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