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Kenya Wamuguma 肯亞 瓦姆古瑪

Quantity: 225g

Kamquat. Grapefruit. Brown Sugar.

Variety SL28, SL34
Region Kiambu
Roast Level Light Roast

About this coffee :


該地區地處海拔1600 – 1800米,每年降雨量約1000毫米。收穫期從十月到十二月,該地區擁有美麗的營養豐富,紅色,肥沃的土壤,這進一步加深了獨特的美味風味。

在肯尼亞,小農被組織成管理良好的中央製漿廠,也稱為“咖啡工廠”。 Wamuguma咖啡工廠是洗滌站的名稱,在這裡洗滌,乾燥和加工成豆子的周圍小農作物。製漿的咖啡用Rwabura河的新鮮河水發酵。




Wamuguma is located in the Gatundu District, Kiambu county, which is north-east of Kenya’s capital Nairobi. Gatundu is located within Kenya’s Central Province, a distinguished area of Kenya’s coffee industry, producing some of the finest and most sought-after coffees in the world!

The region sits high at 1600 – 1800 meters above sea level and enjoys about 1000mm rainfall annually. Harvesting stretches from October through to December and the area has beautiful nutrient-rich, red, loamy soil, which further deepens the unique, desirable flavours.

In Kenya, small-scale farmers are organised into well-managed central pulperies, also known as ‘Coffee Factories’. Wamuguma Coffee Factory is the name of the washing station where surrounding small-holder’s crop is washed, dried and processed into parchment. The pulped coffee is fermented with fresh river water from the Rwabura river.

Almost all coffee in Kenya is processed using a special kind of wet or washed method.  This process, along with the special varietals grown in Kenya are two huge factors that contribute to the ‘much talked about’ Kenyan difference in taste.  Of course, farming practices, terroir and climate all play a huge role in the distinctiveness of all coffee.

Wamuguma is part of the Ritho co-operative society, which was founded in 1972 and is located in Kiambu county. The society have two coffee factories, Wamuguma and Handege. The station and local village was named after a local dignitary named Muguma who loved coffee and generously supported the village in their coffee endeavours.

What a refreshing Kenyan coffee. Super clean & well processed washed coffee, with the brightness of kumquat and grapefruit, pair with the lovely sweetness of brown sugar. A vibrant & delightful coffee to enjoy. 

Brewing Recipe :

Brewing ratio 1 : 15
Ground coffee 16g
Total water 235ml
Water temperature 91ºc
Brew time 1.40 minutes
Roast Date 28th of December