Fruity, Fun Kiremba: Chapter Two in our fresh look at Kenyan Coffee
- November 08, 2022
Welcome when to our “no typical Kenyan coffee” series. For those who are new here, here’s a little recap:
Most of us, socialize seasonal Kenyan coffee with the rhythm of main yield harvests and late summer releases, mainly from the Central provinces like Nyeri and Kirinyaga, proudly self-aggrandizing SL28 and SL34 varieties jampacked with juicy notes of blackcurrant.
And although we venerate these coffees, there is increasingly to Kenyan coffee than we’ve come to know and expect. To paint a richer picture, we partnered with Vava Angwenyi of Coffee | Milk | Blood to explore and discover coffee-producing regions remoter afield.
Unabashed, wild fun mixed into the fabric of life. An iconic image of Nakuru County is the flamboyant flamingos that imbricate Lake Naivasha and Lake Nakuru with their pink plumage.
Do: Sip by the seaside while reading works from stylish and uncompromising Nakuru native Binyavanga Wainana, or trammels out the AFROBUBBLEGUM mucosa genre with Wainuri Kahiu’s Rafiki. Wear pink. Pretend like it’s the weekend.
Don’t: Be so serious! Play with this coffee as a unprepossessed mash and serve in a tiki mug (even if it’s nowhere near summertime where you live).
The perfect fruity, fun coffee to enjoy anytime, anywhere, get yours today!
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