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Seasonal Blend

$ $18.00
Espresso Roast
Cherry sweetness and red apple with a caramel finish.
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Details
60% Santa Clara
Origin: Antigua, Guatemala
Variety: bourbon & caturra
Process: washed
Producer: Ricardo Zelaya 
Relationship length: since 2008


40% Wahundura

Origin: Murang'a Country, Kenya
Varieties: SL28, SL34, ruiru 11, batian
Process: washed
Producer: Kamachiria Coffee Farmer's Cooperative
Relationship length: since 2021
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This coffee tastes like cherry sweetness and red apple with a caramel finish.

This espresso is made up of two spectacular washed process coffees. 60% is the sweet and creamy Santa Clara from Antigua Guatemala. We’ve worked with producer Ricardo Zelaya since we first opened Market Lane in 2009. He is a very progressive producer, who is continually trialling new coffee varieties and looking for ways to maximise the use of his 90-hectare farm, while ensuring that his farming and processing practices are as sustainable as possible.

40% of the blend is the clean and balanced Wahundura, produced by the Kamachiria Farmer’s Cooperative Society in Central Kenya. Founded in 1972, Kamachiria has 5600 members – most of them second-generation co-op members who inherited their farms from their parents. At harvest time, the producers deliver their ripe cherries to the Wahundura washing station (or ‘factory’ as it’s called locally) where the coffee is carefully sorted and processed, and then dried on raised beds in the sun.

Together, these coffees blend together to create an espresso that works beautifully on its own
as well as with milk. In the cup, you’ll find a cherry sweetness with notes of red apple and a
caramel finish.

Catherine Wahu is the
manager of Wahundura.

Producer Ricardo Zelaya at
Santa Clara Estate.

At Wahundura, the coffee is dried on raised beds for 1–2 weeks.

At Santa Clara, beans are dried
on the patio, and then in a
custom-built greenhouse.

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