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  1. #21
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    Gracias por ayudarme...
    Thank you for sharing your view with me.
    Let me double check with our coffee bean supplier and figure out what exactly this specialty coffee bean is.

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    I tasted some Kenya yesterday in a pour over that at first tasted like green tea and then began to taste like grapefruit as the box said.

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    Its very interesting, I think

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    This is an excellent review, I also write a review, an essay, and a dissertation. Contact me and I'll be happy to help you.
    Last edited by PinkRose; 08-28-2018 at 05:37 PM. Reason: Removed link to essay writing website. Possible Spammer.

  5. #25
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    I haven't been able to find a good Kenya AA coffee that's complex/smooth/fruity. They usually end up tasting too burned, flat, or one-dimensional. I suspect I'm not choosing the best beans. Anyone have a recommendation?

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    Hello all,
    Being from Kenya - long time coffee lover BUT jus getting started in the industry, I must say I'm humbled by the great reviews of our AA. I've also learnt in this thread about altitude, acidity, body and nuances as well as the roast qualities. Thank you all for the erudition.
    In this and other places I've seen Kenyan coffee advertised, I notice that there's none from the Meru area, this is closer to Mt. Kenya than the Kirinyaga area and thus at higher altitude. I'm a native of this area and trying to grow the industry there by getting past the brokers and myriad of dealers to get the coffee to the markets, first in Nairobi, where I live - and sadly tea (another of our excellent crops) reigns supreme thanks to the Brits, and abroad, to better(high value markets).
    Presently I'm still taking it all in; grading, roasting and all that. At the moment we, my cousin and I are not able to grade it ourselves as we are yet to get/set up the apparatus. The roasting we do by pan over a fire but of course to go to the market we must get it done in a uniform and desired manner. A roaster is in the worx in the not too distant future.
    Thank you all for the education and pointers, I hope to get our coffee samples to you experts(like Alex/ensoluna and any other interested ) in the near future for your opinions and hopefully market orders.

    BR
    Steve

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  7. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIC View Post
    I love kenya coffee, actually it is my very favorite coffee of all time, but where I live, it is very tough to get them.
    well.... many experts rated Kenya coffee as #2 best coffee in the world which I also agree.
    what do you do in Kenya? are you in Kenya coffee industry? by reading your post, it seems like you are trying to sell Kenyan coffee to overseas market?
    Hello Bic
    I'm an automotive technician by trade but I'm a coffee fan. Would like to employ my skills in the processing of it by servicing, fabricating and repairing the machines used. Already I've started investing in used coffee makers from UK that I service and use - done three so far. Looking into getting a roaster and others next.
    Yes, I wish to market it overseas, where the larger market is and make more money of course. Where are you from?

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    I have and roast green coffee from several regions and i have to admit that Kenya AA is my favorite.

 

 
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