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    Kilele

    Kilele: Single Origin coffee beans
    Discover the origins, roasting procedure, and extraction methods for Kilele

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    This creation, from prized Kenyan beans, begins with a fresh note of orange zest before moving on to a long, smooth, and delicately sweet finish.

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    Origins

    FROM AFRICA’S SECOND-HIGHEST PEAK

    Mount Kenya is Africa’s second-highest peak, after Kilimanjaro. The beans for this superior-quality coffee grow on a microlot on its volcanic slopes.

    The coffee beans for Kilele grow on a microlot on the volcanic slopes of Mount Kenya
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    ORIGIN

    Kenya 100%
    ALTITUDE: 1,600-1,850 m
    PRODUCER: Othaya Farmers Co-op
    FAMILY: Coffea Arabica
    VARIETY: SL28, SL34
    PROCESS: Washed and dried on African drying beds
    Kenya 100% Nyeri region

    EXTRACTION METHODS

    Filter

    DEGREE OF ROASTING

    PACKAGING FORMAT

    Packaged as beans

    NET QUANTITY

    125-250 g

    DISPOSAL OF PACKAGING

    PLASTIC RECYCLING Check the recycling procedures in your municipality

    a name with a story

    Kilele

    A wealth of aromas.

    This fine Single Origin coffee embodies vibrancy in two senses: the close embrace of the dance between its aromas, and the spirit of the cooperative that produces it.

    In Swahili, the most commonly spoken language in Kenya, the word “kilele” means a burst of energy and vitality. With this coffee, an expert palate will experience the very same burst in the taste of its filter brews. Every sip you take will impart an instant of the joy that follows the coffee beans every step of the way, from harvesting to roasting.

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