The Collector

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Have you ever wondered what award winning coffees from international coffee competitions tasted like?  Have you ever tasted microlots that cupped at 90+ points? Are you looking for rare or unique coffees? We seek out only the best of the best for our Collector coffee subscription.

  • Coffee subscription billed monthly
  • Our most complex and nuanced beans
  • Smallest lot sizes
  • Most variety
  • Sourced Globally
  • Highest quality, award winning, 90+ points, or otherwise rare/unique coffee
  • Coffees purchased up to 500% over index
  • Lightest roasts ranging from City through City+ with the occasional Full City roast*
  • Free Modest Coffee tin to keep those beans fresh

*We roast our beans to preserve and compliment the flavors of origin. There will always be a bit of variety in our roasts in our continuing attempt to express the best that each bean has to offer.

“How many bags will I need per month?” you might be asking yourself. By our calculations, one person who drinks one cup per day will go through about two bags per month.

Additional information

Weight 12 oz
Current Coffee


This coffee is from a small group of roughly 30 small farmers in the Eastern highlands of Meru, Kenya. They call their group "Kushikamana" as it roughly translates to "working together", and accurately describes the work that goes into coordinating coffee deliveries and processing. Each small holder depulps, ferments, and dries their own coffee separately, and then work together to deliver as a group in order to construct exportable volumes. This is different than the typical Kenyan "Factory" site that our import partner buys from, where coffee is delivered to the central location in whole cherry and then processed in large blended batches. Meru is said to be the first location in Kenya where coffee was grown by the local population going all the way back to the mid 1920s. The cup profiles we're tasting from the region tend to have dark and dried fruit characteristics, mild to moderate acidity, and weighty mouthfeel. Cultivars grown in Meru are typically Ruiru-11 with SL-34 and 28 mixed in. There's quite a range of altitude as well with coffee grown as high as 2000 meters and as low as 1300.


Region: Meru, Eastern Highlands, Kenya
Altitude: 1300 – 2000 MASL
Harvest: April

Regional small landholders – Kushikamana Group

Ruiri 11, SL-28, SL-34

Wet Process Kenya Type

FLAVOR Raisin, dried stone fruit, spice
ACIDITY Balanced

Light – City



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