Friedhats - Kenya [ESPRESSO] - PRE ORDER



Produced by the Mwirua Farmer Cooperative Society


Ruiru and Batian varieties





Roast Profile


Tasting Notes

Jammy, Blueberry and leaf tea.

Coffee Facts

It’s good to think outside the box. In the coffee world we’re so used to the flavour wheel, defining the fruits, the sugar, what sweetness can we compare this to; but sometimes it’s good just to feel it out. Transport yourself away from the regular confines and into an arena of MOMENTS and VIBES. For us, the Kenya Kariaini AA #011 takes us to our fancy Grandma’s conservatory, eating jam sandwiches in the sunshine and drinking some blueberry infused loose leaf tea from bone china with pink flowers painted on the cups and saucers. 

Sometimes the technical stuff is good to know though, and I can tell you all about that, a mix of the SL28, SL34, Ruiru and Batian varieties, this coffee was grown at 1600 masl and processed at the Kariaini mill. Produced by the Mwirua Farmer Cooperative Society, which is made up of 1304 farmers based in the Kirinyaga Country region. 

Some feels, some info, some good coffee. Cheers.