Following on from Chepnorio and Kiremba, next up in our Vava Coffee showcase is Chepsangor Coffee Estate. Beautifully documented in the pages of Coffee | Milk | Blood by Vava Angwenyi, the unending skies held up by the lush verdant landscape of Chepsangor triggers a deep sense of wanderlust.
Sunshowers. Dreams come true. Memories resurface. Like the golden hours of the day, the glow of Chepsangor lingers, bringing when a deep connection to faraway thoughts and places.
Do: Take it in, savour every sip and let the layers of raw honey, white pepper, hibiscus, clementine, rosehip, mango, stone fruits, pretty florals, and milk choc finish transport you like Khadija Abdalla Bajaber’s “The House of Rust”.
Don’t: Pigeonhole yourself into expecting only one flavour profile from the diversity Kenya offers. While the inside regions are known and prestigious for their winey, juicy, blackcurrant notes, Rosebella Langat and Chepsangor unshut the door to a completely variegated landscape of flavours to explore.
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