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Spikes Estate

Spikes Estate

Blackberry, Citrus Blossom, Finger Lime

Regular price $23.00 AUD
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This coffee comes from Manasseh Kibochi’s small, independent farm in the Kiambu region of Kenya.

This coffee has been grown and processed on a small private farm called Spikes Estate, a 3.5 hectare property, independently owned and operated by Manasseh Kibochi.
While most Kenyan coffee today is a field blend of several varieties, this lot is nearly all SL-28 variety. While more susceptible to disease, SL-28 offers an incredible cup quality, which Manasseh has elected to retain.
Cherries are selectively picked at peak ripeness before being depulped, dry fermented for 16 - 24 hours, washed, and then soaked in clean water for another 24 hours. Once washed, the coffee is dried on raised beds for between 10 and 18 days.

In the cup, Spikes Estate is juicy and fruit-forward, offering blackberry, mulberry, cranberry, and sweet finger lime. A buttery texture underpins, and citrus blossom aromatics add complexity.

Region: Kiambu
Country: Kenya
Variety: SL-28
Processing: Washed
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  • Roast Profile

    Roast Level
    Brewing methods recommended
    Pour over Aeropress Drip coffee French press
    Single origin Single Origin
    Best served Black Best served Black
  • Brewing Guide

    Recipe for Pour over

    1 : 16.7

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  • Taste Profile

    Bright & Fruity Bright & Fruity
    Tasting Notes

    Blackberry, Citrus Blossom, Finger Lime

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