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Kenyan coffee

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.

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Save as favourite Clifton Coffee Roasters: Kenya, Ndaroini AA, Washed
from 250g: £11.75
From Clifton Coffee Roasters: In the Swahili language, Ndaroini is a place where people can rest overnight. Historically, this name applied to the Ndaroini smallholders that traveled long distances to deliver their cherries to the neighboring washing station Gichathaini.  After a day’s work, they returned to the colonial camps –...
Save as favourite Horsham Coffee Roaster: Kenya, Kangunu AA, Washed
from 250g: £9.50
From Horsham Coffee Roaster: We have been buying coffee from the Kianderi washing station since 2016. This was the year we first visited Kenya. Kenya produces some of the best and highest scoring coffees in the world. They are know for having fantastic fertile, volcanic soil, a unique and distinctive...
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