Kamwangi PB, Kenya from Drop Coffee Roasters, Hägersten

Honey melon, plum and a little hazlenut sprinkle. Heart warming, like a good morning hug in the most beautiful place on earth. … Well maybe a little exaggerated. But like a hug in a regular bed, maybe. Sweet, a little thick on the tongue and full of harmony. 

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Baragwi, Kenya from April Coffee, Copenhagen

You gotta spend some time, love, with this coffee. Rather a stranger than a lover for the crowds but I dig it. Jasmine-rose floral notes, even some sage along with fruity peach-berry juice. 

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Kenya West, Kenya from Playground Coffee, Hamburg

A little sandy, very herbal, some gooseberries. Pretty complexe and rich taste. Very creamy body and a little oregano and tannin on the finish.

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Karindundu AA, Kenya from Fjord, Berlin

Oaky tannins, almonds, cherry coke and rhubarb cake. Chimney feeling. Just a little too much wood shavings in the after taste, but not in a terrible way. This was my first purchase at Fjord and I’d shop this again. 

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Muranga Kagumoini, Kenya from 24grad Kaffeerösterei, Hannover

I’m getting more into Kenyan coffees recently. Some overwhelming like the Kagumoini from Tim Wendleboe really hit me up. So I was tempted to try 24grad’s attempt on this beans. It’s quiet a difference. Fine sparkles of apple and stonefruit, Darjeeling notes and humble ideas of berries and exotic fruits. Complexe but very modest. Needs […]

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Karimikui, Kenya from La Cabra Coffee Roasters, Aarhus

Fresh lemony acidity with a good bunch of sweetened grapefruit. It’s got a light and soft body and some hints of liquorice and woodruff. Really nice, easy going coffee, not as overwhelming as the last coffees I had from this young Danish roaster but, heck, is that nice.

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Mathareni AA+, Kenya from Langøra Kaffebrenneri, Stjørdal

Sometimes when I’m baking I split the cake in a in a rhubarb and a apple half, ’cause the kids don’t care so much about rhubarb, which I really love. And on the border of both where you got chunks of both it usually tastes best. And that’s what this coffee reminds me of. Including […]

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Endebess Estate, Kenya from roestbar, Münster

It’s good to have a natural again. And such a great one! Yes, it got some sour doughy fermentation notes, yes it is rougher, it surely doesn’t give you the cleanest and crispest cup. But. Hell yeah, it’s good. The description “Apple Cidre, Vanilla, Honeymelon” is pretty accurate, also the Cidre is very dominant and vanilla […]

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Kagumoini, Kenya from Tim Wendelboe, Oslo

I was tired and clumsyly opening the bag, when that scent hit me in the face and I was like wooohooooooo!. Just like opening your car door besides a cattle farm. Strong earthy, lightly moldy but not unspleasently herbal and sweet smells just fired up from that beans. Getting it in the cup just made […]

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Kiganjo, Kenya from Nord Coast, Hamburg

Clear, shiny, easy going coffee. Very pleasant. It’s got basically everything, a good coffee needs: crispy, well balanced substance, nice fruity scents both from the beans and the cup, a light acidity and some hints of an idea of the taste of red fruits and roibos tea. But still overall (and althougt I like it) […]

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