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Fig | Granny Smith Apple | Mulling Spices |

Monogram - Kangongo AA Filter

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A great find for aficionados and amateurs alike, this single origin coffee is just what you need for those mornings when you feel the urge to explore. This medium-roast coffee is an exquisite blend of four coffees from Kenya that's characterised by its sweet, clear and sparkling flavour. Not only does it smell great, but it has hints of mulling spices that stir up visions of a steaming cup on a cold winter morning.


This coffee comes from Kangongo, a factory under the Baragwi Farmers Cooperative Society (FCS). This cooperative has a unique program where factory managers rotate and work at another factory every two years. This experiential learning improves quality, creating a channel for knowledge to circulate among the members.


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SL28, SL34, Ruira 11, Batian 






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