Kenya NGAI NDEI Peaberry

  • Blueberry, apple & rhubarb
  • Floral touch
  • Juicy mouthfeel with medium acidity

Rob says: For the first time ever we bought a Kenyan coffee with no back ground information at all. Also the exporting company has no clue where to coffee comes from and Mister Google can’t help either.

We have the good habit of informing our drinkers where the coffee comes from, what variety it is, the height it is grown and so much more…. We think this is one of the big differences between specialty and commercial coffee. So it’s very weird to buy a lot that has, and we only found out after we bought it, no traceability or history at all.

Why making this info card? Well, we have a name and we have cupping notes. And maybe it’s is good this happens once (in a lifetime) so we can explain the reason why we make these type of info cards.

Is it a good coffee? Of course! It’s even a fantastic coffee; if not we wouldn’t have purchased it.

Conclusion: All the information surrounding the coffee doesn’t make the coffee better, but admit this emptiness feels very awkward.

THIS IS THE OUR LAST KENYA OF THE 2019 SEASON – I KNOW IT’S LATE, BUT TRUST ME ON THE FRESHNESS.

WE PROBABLY FEATURE THIS COFFEE BETWEEN APRIL AND JUNE 2020.