The cultivation of the SL-28 and SL-34 varietals was done by Scott Labs back in the 1930, after they were hired by the Kenyan government. Taking the SL denotation from Scott Labs of course. Being a British company in origin they immediately recognized the profile of black currant and vibrant tomato-like acidity. Every lot of Kenyan coffee is going to be different, beautiful, and always have elements of those two most prominent profiles. This Karuya lot is unmistakably Kenyan, but subtle about. The reassuring comfort of something familiar, warm, and welcoming.