Rhubarb pie with meringue on top, and a chocolaty finish, a fantastic kenyan
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As for Kiungu from the same Cooperative, Kathima was one of those coffees that was discovered through blind cupping in origin. It just stood out again and again. The Kathima factory is under the Thambana Cooperative society. Its a new name for us, but we will for sure follow this Coop and their factories in the future. Its also from a region we haven't been that active in, Embu, a neighbouring region to Kirinyaga at the slopes of Mount Kenya. Still we have seen way more great coffees from Embu lately than in the past. They are supported by Tropical farm management, a company that supports small holders to increase their coffee production as well as help the factories on quality control and trace ability related to processing. The factory is also giving out the fruit after pulping for the farmers to make compost. The coffees are traditionally processed with dry fermentation before washed and graded in channels and dried on raised beds. The farmers are mainly growing SL28 and SL34, but might also have other varieties mixed in.