Kenyan coffee for Filter
A speciality coffee giant, alongside some of its East African neighbours, Kenya is highly renowned as one of the greatest coffee producing countries in terms of quality. With a fraction of the coffee history of its Northern neighbour Ethiopia, Kenya excelled in production in the 1950’s and now has some of the most highly educated producers alongside the perfect coffee growing environment.
I always find it very difficult to opt for anything other than a Kenyan when I see it on filter in a cafe. The unique and extraordinary flavours that certain Kenyan coffees hold is remarkable. Often bright with layers of complex berries as well as streaks of wine toned acidity wrapped in sweet fruit. Best prepared as a pour over, the cup often evolves as it cools.
Looking for coffee that's great in a filter? Look no further. We've hand picked the best coffees for your filter or pour-over method from our range of UK artisan roasters. All our coffees are delivered fresh from the roaster straight to your door.
Popular filter methods include V60, Kalita Wave and Chemex.
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Clifton Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Doondu Estate, Anaerobic fermentation
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: Kiambu County is located just outside of Nairobi city. The region has a long history of coffee production and is famous for its large estates, which were originally built by British colonists in the early 20th century. After decolonisation, the estates were sold to local Kenyans...
Hundred House Coffee: Kenya, Gitura Factory, Washed
From Hundred House Coffee: This AB lot was produced by numerous smallholder farmers, all of whom are members of the Iyego Coffee Growers Cooperative Society (CGCS) delivering to Gitura Coffee Factory (as washing stations/wet mills are called in Kenya). The factory is located near the town of Kangema, in Kenya’s...
Hundred House Coffee: Kenya, Gulmarg Estate, Honey Process
From Hundred House Coffee: The Gulmarg Estate is in Kiambu county, located just outside of Nairobi city. The region has a long history of coffee production and is famous for its large estates, which were originally built by British colonists in the early 20th century. After decolonisation the estates were...