KENYA- Espresso - Sakami AA
KENYA- Espresso - Sakami AA
KENYA- Espresso - Sakami AA
KENYA- Espresso - Sakami AA
KENYA- Espresso - Sakami AA

KENYA- Espresso - Sakami AA

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KENYA - Sakami AA

 

«Blackcurrant, citrus, cane sugar, green tea, licorice and chocolate»

 

  • Producer: Samwa Coffee, Susan, Single farmer lot
  • Altitude: 1984m
  • Environment: tropical 
  • Species: Arabica
  • Varietal: Ruiru 11, SL28
  • Harvest: Manual
  • Process: Fully Washed
  • Drying: African beds
  • Region: Trans Nzoia County

 

ABOUT

Susan, a medical doctor, came back to her land in Trans Nzoia County in North Western Kenya after asking herself: Why is coffee doing so badly in this region? What can I do to improve this? In 2017, after her mother passed, she decided to return to the farm that saw her grow up. She aimed to improve processes and quality and knew, right from the start, that she’d need to change a few things. She dedicated some time training local farmers but also changing the trees cycles. “Sometimes improvement demands drastic changes” Susan said, “and I wanted to find the best cycle for the trees”. Thanks to her analytical mind and her never-ending love and passion for coffee, today Samwa is increasing productivity and offering formal and informal work for women in the region. At Samwa, the locals, especially the women, are constantly trained on the best coffee practices by resident coffee experts and make the most of the operations throughout the season. Susan envisions a near future in which they have dry milling at the farm, more trees, and most importantly: 100% control of the green bean, from farm to consumer.

 

NOTABLE:

At Samwa, fertilizers are primarily organic and manufactured with manure from the dairy and sheep that Susan and her family take care at their estate. Meat is locally sold, vegetables and maize commercialized and used internally. Farmers are mostly women and receive training on the best growing practices. Coffee cherries are handpicked when fully  ripe; cherries are wet pulped and sun dried. Dry milling is done with commercial millers.  

 

Sourced by: This Side Up

 



 

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