New Harvest Coffee Roasters

Roaster
New Harvest Coffee Roasters
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Producer
Various Smallholders
Origin
Sidamo, Ethiopia
Varieties
Heirloom
Elevation
1,400-1,600
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Natural
Our Notes
Lush strawberry sweetness and a pleasing lime acidity makes for an exquisitely complex medley of fruit flavors
Roaster
New Harvest Coffee Roasters
Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Producer
Rumukia Cooperative Society
Origin
Nyeri, Kenya
Varieties
SL-28, SL-34
Elevation
1,700 - 1,800
Meters Above Sea Level
Process
Washed with fresh river water from the Gura River. Sun-dried.
Our Notes
A heavy, syrupy body and flavors of brown sugar and creme brulee give way to nectarine acidity and a clean, dry grapefruit finish.

This coffee from Kenya’s Rumukia Cooperative Society has a history of being impolite.The village of Tambaya, which roughly translates to “manners,” was given its name byBritish colonists who were surprised when the locals resisted their takeover, displaying,in their opinion, bad manners. Why that surprised them is beyond us. What we do knowis that this blend of SL-28 and SL-34 varieties from New Harvest Coffee Roasters was astandout on our cupping table. If there’s such a thing as ambrosia, this just might be it:heavy, syrupy body and flavors of brown sugar and crème brûlée give way to nectarineacidity and a clean, dry grapefruit finish.