East African Collection


This collection contains:

1 x 250g Kenya Cranberry & Pomegranate 

1 x 250g Ethiopia Melon & Toffee

1 x 250g  Kenya Peaberry Rhubarb Crumble

1 x 250g Ethiopia Biscoff Djimma

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Origin: Ethiopia, Kenya

Roast: Various



Four tasty & complex Ethiopian & Kenyan coffees you need to try!

Kenya Cranberry & Pomegranate

A complex, fruity & tangy Kenyan coffee, washed, SL28 & R11, light roast, mega via pourover!. More Info

Ethiopia Melon & Toffee

A smooth tasty light roast Ethiopian coffee, great for pourover & inverted Aeropress. More Info

Kenya Peaberry Rhubarb Crumble

An amazingly complex flavour-packed Kenyan, definitely one to try if you like tangy acidity, great via pourover More Info

Ethiopia Biscoff Djimma

A deep, bitter-sweet dark chocolatey coffee with a lovely warming spicey finish.  Imagine a lotus biscuit dipped in dark chocolate! More Info

How It Tastes

Kenya Cranberry & Pomegranate - A complex and thoroughly satisfying kenyan coffee with a whole fruit basket full of fruity and tangy notes including pomegranate and cranberry, with very subtle honey sweetness and a smooth, silky body.

Ethiopia Melon & Toffee - Smooth bodied coffee, notes of melon and toffee and subtle spicy background notes.

Kenya Peaberry Rhubarb Crumble - A complex, interesting coffee with lots of tangy, fruity and sweet flavour notes, and a lingering vanilla aftertaste.

Ethiopia Biscoff Djimma - Bitter sweet dark chocolate, caramel, slightly nutty, with warming spicy notes. low acidity.

Kenya & Ethiopia

Situated within the rich volcanic soils of Kirinyaga, close to Mount Kenya, a region renown for producing flavour-dense and complex cup profiles. Coffee is produced mainly by smallholders and small to medium coffee farms.

This coffee is produced mainly by smallholder farmers in Nyeri County, adjacent to Mount Kenya, processed by the Ndia-ini wet mill, managed by the Rumukia Farmers Co-operative Society. The farms are mainly family-run and are about half an acre on average, each with around 250 coffee trees.

This coffee is grown in the Lekempte region by the Bulechala co-operative, a co-op of over two thousand smallholders covering an area of approx. 1,600 hectares (around 4,000 acres) of classic Ethiopian Heirloom varietals.

These Mocha Djimma coffee beans are produced in the forests of the Orimo region of Ethiopia, widely believed to be the birthplace of coffee.

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