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Kenya Zawadi Peaberry

Zawadi consists of carefully selected peaberries from the Kamandi and Ndiaini coffee factories. Its a bright coffee with notes of berries, chocolate and citrus fruits.

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Coffee type

Specialty

Roast level

Light

Botany

100% Arabica

Aroma

Fruity/ floral

Process

Washed

Acidity

Bitterness

Body

Variety Region
SL28 Kirinyaga
Harvesting period Altitude
October – February 1400-1600 masl

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Zawadi consists of carefully selected peaberries from the Kamandi and Ndiaini coffee factories. Its a bright coffee with notes of berries, chocolate and citrus fruits.

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Weight 226 g
Pack size

225g

2 reviews for Kenya Zawadi Peaberry

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    LB (verified owner)

    Love the fact it’s sustainable and ethical. Great tasting coffee and amazing smell. Not too strong

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    M S (verified owner)

    OMG love this coffee, roasted same day of posting, can’t get any fresher, excited to try some more ❤️

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