CHECK OUT THE KEEN TASTING BOX!
The world of coffee is amazing, don’t you think? Even within the same continent, origin, altitude, varieties or processing, there are a great many things that set coffees apart from each other.
We’ve decided to showcase these similarities and/or differences, by offering a trio of great coffees that will help you discover all that coffee has to offer.
Filter Tasting Box – AFRICA
With this Tasting Box, we would like you to travel with us to the lovely golden-green continent of Africa. Africa is known for consistently delivering full bodied coffees with fruity, floral flavours, which always taste mouth-wateringly good and our selection of African Filter Coffees is no exception.
Our first filter coffee is Wolichu Wachu, which hails from Ethiopia. This clean-tasting and complex bean makes for a lovely cup filled to the brim with strong notes of strawberry.
Zira Empisa from Uganda our second variety, is a tropical-tasting, funky coffee with a complex, boozy flavour profile.
Our third and final bean is the Rwandan Mahembe, is a wonderful, washed coffee that plays nice with everyone, because of its sunny, fruity flavours and strong finish.
Espresso Tasting Box – AFRICA
To us, Africa is not only the Cradle of Life, but the Cradle of Awesome Coffee, as well. Whether we’re getting our beans from Uganda, Congo, Kenya, Rwanda or Ethiopia, they all score five out of five stars on our yum-scale. African coffees are known for having a full body and being extremely fruity and floral, and our selection of African Espressos is no different.
The first espresso that’s featured in this Tasting Box is Wolichu Wachu, which hails from Ethiopia. This clean-tasting and complex bean makes for a lovely cup filled to the brim with strong notes of strawberry.
Our second variety is Zira Empisa from Uganda. Zira Empisa is a tropical-tasting, funky coffee with a complex, boozy flavour profile.
Our third and final bean is Kenyan wonder bean, Karimikui. This coffee has found the perfect balance between being sweet and juicy, despite Kenyan beans not usually being roasted for espresso. A true party in your mouth.
selected with care