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Grapefruit | Lime | ruby grapefruit |

Monogram - Ruthagati AA Filter

$32.00
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This is a single origin, single varietal coffee from Ethiopia. It has a complex and fruity flavor, with notes of ruby grapefruit, lime, and cabernet sauvignon. Makes it a refreshing cup to take you through your morning routine or afternoon pick-me-up — no matter what season we're in!

  

The Rutuma Cooperative Society operates several factories around the southern slopes of Mount Kenya, with Ruthagati being one of them. Smallholder famers who deliver ripe cherries to the Ruthagathi factory typically grow SL-28, SL-34, Batian, and Ruiri 11 varieties. The rich volcanic soil in this area provides an abundance of nutrients to the coffee trees, which contributes appealing, juicy flavours to the final cup.


 

About the Beans

Type

Single

Origin 

Kenya 

Varietal

SL28, SL34, Ruira 11, Batian 

Region 

Nyeri 

Producer 

 Ruthagati 

Process

Double Washed

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