The Muthuthiini Factory is located in the Nyeri District in the Southern part of Mt. Kenya and is part of the Ruthaka Farmer's Cooperative Society and serves about 750 small-holder farmers. The coffees are grown between 1,700 - 1,800m in rich volcanic sandy soil, are fully washed with fresh water from the Tana river and sundried on raised beds.
Muthuthi is a Kikuyu name that means "the palm tree" which is abundant in this area. The factory lies on top of a hill making it possible to view the snow-capped peaks of the famous Mt. Kenya.
Cupping Notes: Excellent fragrance and excellent balance, complex and creamy body, juicy acidity and flavors like honey, vanilla, pink grapefruit, lemon, tea rose, candy sweet, butterscotch finish and cools bright and juicy.