Roastworks “Kenya Kigutha” Aluminium Nespresso Compatible Coffee Capsules

Gluten FreeDairy FreeVeganNo GMOBPA FreeNut FreePalm Oil Free

£4.95£24.95

This coffee is outstanding. It’s all about intense flavours, thanks to the celebrated SL28 varietal, which are present right from the moment you grind the beans. Blackcurrant dominates in the cup and is accompanied by a powerful, tangy acidity, intense sweetness and further sub notes of rhubarb and passion fruit. The coffee finishes with a heavy chocolate note and a classy, lingering finish. Closer to fruit tea than coffee.

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This coffee is outstanding. It’s all about intense flavours, thanks to the celebrated SL28 varietal, which are present right from the moment you grind the beans. Blackcurrant dominates in the cup and is accompanied by a powerful, tangy acidity, intense sweetness and further sub notes of rhubarb and passion fruit. The coffee finishes with a heavy chocolate note and a classy, lingering finish. Closer to fruit tea than coffee.

Producer

Kigutha Estate

Location

Kiambu

Process

Fully washed and dried on raised beds

Varietal

SL28

Altitude

1700 masl

About The Producer

ROASTWORKS

 

Our philosophy is simple; we want to get more people drinking speciality coffee. Despite the recent spike in the popularity in speciality coffee there’s still a great deal of bad coffee being consumed, and we need to change that. The range of flavours in coffee can vary enormously depending on varietal, processing method and growing region (even more so than wine). We want to take consumers on a journey and demonstrate how these factors affect the taste of coffee.

 

Speciality coffee still only accounts for about 5% of all the coffee produced globally, and we believe increasing this would have a positive effect across the industry. Not only does well cultivated, well roasted coffee provide you with a better cup of coffee it also ensures a more sustainable business model for growers. Farmers and producers who grow speciality grade beans are able to command a premium for their crops and reinvest to improve their practices. Furthermore, farms that produce speciality coffee tend to adopt a more ecological approach to their farming practices.

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