Kenya KEN Filter Coffee - MAYWAL PEABERRY
- Notes of Rhubarb and black tea
- Very tropical fruit like
- Well balanced sweet & sour
Screening size: Peaberry
Varietals: SL 28 & 24
Alitude: around 1700 masl
Importer: Sucafina Specialty
Rob says: Maakiou estate also known as Maywal Estate was established by a Greek couple, Mammatas and Apostolos during the precolonial period. The name rooted its origin from the initials of the couple (MAA) AND KIU (KIOU), the river which neighbors the farm. It changed ownership in the year 1974 when it was acquired by its present owners Mawara Investment. Apart from coffee production the farm is also engaged in commercial dairy farming. The estate is a coffee plantation located in both Kiambu and Nairobi city county separated by the Riara river and it is approximately 340 acres.
Our lot is harvested in the Kiambu region, a new name at Caffenation and for sure one of the most tropical fruit like coffees I ever bought.