Kenyan Gatamaiyo
Kenyan Gatamaiyo
Kenyan Gatamaiyo
Kenyan Gatamaiyo
Kenyan Gatamaiyo
Kenyan Gatamaiyo
Kenyan Gatamaiyo

Kenyan Gatamaiyo

$15.00
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12 oz Bag. Gatamaiyo features a bright, savory flavor profile with a light body and a warm, lingering finish. A variety of citrus notes dominate but a pleasant background of earth and spice is also present. This exclusive, hand-processed lot is part of a very small harvest from the Kijabe community farm, located along the edge of the Gatamaiyo Nature Reserve, in the southern extremes of the Aberdares.

  • Origin:  Southern Kenya
  • Elevation:  ~6,000 ft.
  • Process:  Natural, Wet Processing / Hand-Picked / Sun-Dried on Raised Tables

12 oz Bag. Gatamaiyo features a bright, savory flavor profile with a light body and a warm, lingering finish. A variety of citrus notes dominate but a pleasant background of earth and spice is also present. This exclusive, hand-processed lot is part of a very small harvest from the Kijabe community farm, located along the edge of the Gatamaiyo Nature Reserve, in the southern extremes of the Aberdares.

  • Origin:  Southern Kenya
  • Elevation:  ~6,000 ft.
  • Process:  Natural, Wet Processing / Hand-Picked / Sun-Dried on Raised Tables

Shipping

Coffee orders are shipped within 24 hours of roasting. All of our coffee is roasted to order to ensure maximum freshness. Non-coffee orders are shipped within 48 hours. All orders are shipped via USPS Priority Mail to all contiguous 48 states. We offer free shipping on orders of $30 or more. Orders under $30 ship for $2.99.

Our Approach to Coffee

We pride ourselves on our commitment to sourcing only the highest quality micro-lots and estate coffees. Our roasting process embodies the same stringency, which is why we roast in small batches and focus on accentuating the unique qualities that each of our offerings possesses.

Our coffee philosophy is tied together with our emphasis on sustainable, socially conscious sourcing and general business practices to ensure that each step in the chain – from seed to cup – is respected.