Karimikui AA, Kenya from Roestbar, Münster

Ferrero Mon Cherie but in not-disgusting. Cherry, berry, chocolate. Sweetness and some toasted oak barrel aromas. I thing I got even more from it, when the bag was fresh but even after a month fully satisfying. 

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Kagumo Ini AB+, Kenya from Fjord, Berlin

Bitter-sweet symphony. Light but with power, fruity but with velocity and verve. I found it hard to deconstruct its flavors into seperate elements, but still liked its overall tones, scents and taste.

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Tegu AA, Nyeri, Kenya from Nømad, Barcelona 

There is a fancy flower in my cup. Just in bloom. Rose, peach blossom. A thin slice of nougat melting on my tongue. Sweet and elegant. 

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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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