The ships are moving in, the harvest is succulent as ever, and the Brussels' roasters are ready as ever to let you have a sip.
We present you with 2 pearls: one from Mok Micro-Roastery and one from Belga & Co Coffee, each from a different area, but all on the slopes of the Aberdare National park: a bit to the west of Mount Kenya, but we needed a catchy title ;)
Mok presents you with a mix of Batian, SL-34 and SL-28 from the Kiambu region - washed in the Githembe region, while Belga is representing the neighbouring Nyeri region to the north with the Chalem PB, a washed Peaberry (single bean per coffee cherry instead of the usual two) coffee.
Notes for the Githembe: Red berry, Rhubarb and Rosehip. Notes for the Chalem: Oranges and tropical fruits.
Feast those tastebuds!
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