Kenya Kiangoi Peaberry
Our director of coffee, Sam Mirto, first came across Kiangoi on a cupping table in Nairobi. The cup stood out to him among the rest on the table because it was completely void of the typical currant and sweet tomato profile that he was accustomed to getting from Kenyan coffee. This coffee had a distinct lingering honeyed sweetness that lasted for many minutes after each sip. It also had a grapefruit-like acidity, with notes of black fruits through the middle of the cup. It was so satisfying and unique that he knew he had to share it with everyone here at Ferris.
This coffee comes from the Kirinyaga growing district north east of Nairobi, and is part of the Rungeto Co-Op, and is grown with SL28 and SL34 varietals around 1800 meters above sea level.
- Tasting Notes
- Citrus, Blackberry, Honey Graham
- 1700-1800 metres
- SL 34 and SL 28