|Altitude||1350 to 1880m|
|Variety||Red Bourbon, Kent, Gesha, Pacamara
|Harvest||May - July|
|Owner / Farm||Manjinja|
|SCA Cup score and notes||83 Clean and balanced, big and syrupy body, bright and lively acidty with notes of apple juice, orange peel, butterscotch, caramel and dark chocolate.|
Sourced from the Manjinja Farmer Group, which is currently made up of 20 farmers in the Ibembwe, Msia, Mbozi and Songwe regions, grown between 1,600 and 1,700 meters. The name Majinja is derived from the name of the clan of the owner of the factory. In the 2015-2016 season, interest from neighboring farmers to join together to produce fully washed coffees began what is known today as the Majinja Farmer Group. Coffee is fully washed with water from the Tumkaki river, fermented in tanks, graded based on density, soaked in tanks and dried on raised beds. The parchment is then handpicked on the drying tables to remove defects.