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Coffee: Kenya - Murang'a - Chania Bridge Estate

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Description: This Kenya AA offering is grown and processed by Chania Bridge Coffee Estate and was harvested October - December 2020. The estate is named after the Chania River which starts in the Aberdare mountain range at 10,000 feet above sea level. The river spills out in the farmlands below and creates a natural boundary between Kiambu and Marang’a, two of Kenya’s coffee producing counties. Chania Bridge Coffee is located at approximately 5,085 feet above sea level on the border of the 2 counties.

The estate benefits from deep red volcanic soils from the volcanic Aberdare range. The volcanic soil is rich in organic matter and is said to give the coffee its unique terroir* “KI flavor.” 

REGION: Murang’a County

ROAST: Light Medium

ELEVATION: 5,085 ft

TASTING NOTES: Black Tea, Lime, Honey


VARIETIES: SL 28, Ruiru 11 / Grade: AA

16 oz bag of whole beans.

Hill Road Coffee Roasters

Shane Kilpatrick began roasting in 2016, inspired by the world of flavor he discovered in fresh ground, single origin coffee. His passion for the story of coffee, from the farmer to your cup, is roasted into every batch.   HRCR coffee is roasted in a certified kitchen in Reading, PA. We source our green coffee from a sustainably driven distributor with field tech offices in many origin countries. The distributor is working directly with the farmers to produce higher quality coffee. This gives the farmers the opportunity to be paid higher premiums. HRCR believes coffee tastes the best when drinking it as fresh as possible. For the roaster, that means using current crop greens and providing the coffee fresh roasted.

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