The Slippery Slope is the gateway to specialty coffee you’ve been missing your whole life. Or, maybe you’re already an addict. We’ve got you covered.
This is the type of coffee that people who work in coffee call “complex”. As one of the more exotic Kenyan coffees we’ve discovered, you’ll find distinct notes of white grape juice, tangy lime and even a hint of caramelized sugar reminiscent of a freshly torched crème brûlée.
Unfortunately, characteristics like this in coffee simply don’t come cheap or plentiful, so this is the first limited release coffee from overwinter. Available only in a small quantity, we’ll have it while we have it, and when it is gone, it’s gone! Drink up while you can 🙂
- Processing Method – washed
- Flavor Notes – grape juice, lime, caramelized sugar
- Variety – SL-28, SL-34, Batain, Ruiru 11
- Extra Info – Gicherori factory was opened in 1997 and is operated by the Kibugu Farmers Cooperative Society (F.C.S.). There are around 1,050 smallholder farmer members, who deliver their cherry to the factory the same day it’s harvested. It is depulped using a three-disc depulping machine after being sorted and separated. The coffee is fermented overnight, then washed using fresh water, and spread on raised beds to dry for 7–15 days.
NOTE: Since we are a small batch single origin roaster, we roast weekly for consumer orders.