Kenya Kiandu

Small Batch Roasting Co.
SGD 23.50

We’re super proud to have secured this bonza lot from the Kiandu Factory in Nyeri County (the historic zone of the classic Kenyan profile). It brings together some of the delicious hallmarks of the classical Kenyan filter profile (deep fruit bordering on jammy, wineyness, berries, florals, and a crisp citric acidity), and marries them with lightly stewed (and lemon/orange-infused) granny smiths, and a chompy buttery fruit pie fullness. One of 15 purchases out of 300+ coffees assessed this year from Kenya.

Tasting Notes
Tropical fruit, caramel, orange blossom and apple pie.

Kenya - Kiambu

Mixed SL, Ruiru11

Washed process, Bed dried

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Small Batch Roasting Co.
“Anyone can make coffee as good as a café’s”

Small Batch Roasting Co. took its first baby steps when owner and founder, Andrew Kelly, started roasting beans on-site at Auction Rooms, but in early 2009, Small Batch Roasting Co. moved out and up the road to its own warehouse in the back streets of North Melbourne where it's since grown and flourished.

At Small Batch, a great deal of care is taken every step along the coffee chain. Green coffee is carefully and thoughtfully sourced through numerous visits to Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras, Ethiopia and Kenya. Logistics are handled to ensure that the coffee arrives safely to Melbourne, where it is then meticulously roasted to best highlight the inherent quality of the coffee. Once roasted, the team takes time to train and educate wholesale accounts and retail customers alike, to ensure that the coffee shines as bright as it can.