Kenya • washed

Kamwangi

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$56.00 / kg
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Intense & Fruity

We love the mix of dark fruity and creamy chocolaty notes in this coffee and have therefore developed a light roast espresso from this special lot.

 

Size 250g
Grind Size

Pickup currently unavailable at Leuchtfeuer Coffee Roastery

Product information

94C - 19g in - 47 out - 30-35 sec

Shipping info

Processing time 1-2 working days.

We want you to always be able to enjoy your coffee fresh, so we try to process all orders as quickly as possible.

International shipping rates apply.

Free shipping within Germany via UPS from an order value of 70€ or greater.

Shipping within Germany €5.00

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Pick up at the roastery

You are welcome to order your coffee online, pay for it and pick it up at the roastery. Of course you save on shipping costs. The processing time is usually 24 hours. As soon as your order is ready, you will receive an email from us.

The opening hours are:

Monday I Tuesday I Thursday I Friday: 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m

Wednesda: 10am - 4:30pm
Sat & Sun we are closed.

 

Our address:

Leuchtfeuer Coffee
Industriestrasse 38b
22880 Wedel
Germany



We look forward to havin' ya!

Variety Bastian, Ruiru 11, SL28, SL34
Process washed
Grade AA
Producer Kamwangi Factory
Cupping Score 88
Altitude 1800m
Harvest 2022
Roast Profile Light

About this coffee

Before the perfectly ripe coffee cherries go into production, the farmers sort out unripe and overripe coffee cherries.
A pulper then separates the pulp from the coffee core (bean). The coffees are then divided into three classes depending on their density. Classes 1 and 2 are processed separately. Class 3 is considered inferior. The coffee is then dry fermented for 18 to 36 hours in concrete tanks under a shaded roof to better control the temperature during fermentation. After the short fermentation, the coffee beans are washed, sorted again according to density in washing troughs and soaked in clean water overnight.
The coffee is then dried in the sun on African drying racks for 12 to 20 days. The exact duration depends on the weather conditions. The coffee beans are covered with plastic at noon and at night to protect them from the midday sun and the nighttime humidity.

Transparently Traded
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Quality Focused
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Sustainably Sourced
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Transparently Traded
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Quality Focused
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Sustainably Sourced
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Transparently Traded
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Quality Focused
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Sustainably Sourced
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ORIGIN INFO

The Farmers

The community's farmers harvest and pick the cherries on their small farms and transport the coffee to the factory, where it is delivered and paid for. The factory pays a small advance upon delivery. The rest is paid after the coffee is sold. The better and well run wet mills are able to pass on more than 85% of the selling price to the farmers. And that after deducting the costs for grinding and marketing.