From the Passenger website:
Dried apricot, raspberry, brown sugar, and a delicate floral character reminiscent of orchids on the nose lead into a cup that is defined by its super clean black tea base and molasses-like sweetness. As the cup begins to cool the fruited qualities found on the nose emerge once again.
Up to 1,392 farming families contributed to this lot produced by the Long Miles Coffee Project. Grown on Nkonge Hill (Nkonge means “together winning” in Kirundi), this coffee was processed at the Long Miles-built Heza washing station. Though coffees from Long Miles have been a staple on Passenger’s offering menu since 2015, this 2018 harvest is being welcomed to our Foundational Offering menu where it will enjoy year-round availability."