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Kenya Devil Fruit – beans for filter coffee

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Natural Kenyan coffee beans for filter coffee

The dry processing of the coffee cherries has given our Kenya Devil Fruit the delicately sweet taste of raspberries and the perceptible flavors of rose and cherry. Devil Fruit Kenya is the best in alternative brewing methods - we have specially roasted the coffee so that you can enjoy it every morning, afternoon, or evening.

Natural processing in Kenya is still a rarity that you have the opportunity to try. Check out the natural-treatment coffee from Kenya, which is still found on holidays in the coffee market.

Kawa ziarnista to najlepsza kawa do alternatyw z intensywnym aromatem.

 

Roasted coffee beans dedicated for alternative brewing methods

Is it ok to roast coffees "for everything"? It can be, just why? There was an old bleach commercial that perfectly sums up the multitasking and versatility of products:

- when something is for everything, it's for nothing.

When brewing coffee in an espresso machine, which is a pressurized method, the ground coffee literally comes into contact with water for 25 to 35 seconds. If we use, for example, a drip, AeroPress or Chemeks, or a pour-over coffee maker, the coffee in such methods brews from 2.5 to 12 minutes....

That's why our Kenya Devil Fruit is roasted specifically for alternatives. Each method requires a different roasting profile, and properly roasted coffee will reveal its unique character in your cup. We just highlight it, and you discover it.

Słodki smak jaki ma kawa z Kenii, przekłada się na rodzaj kawy i wulkaniczne gleby.

 

Kenyan coffee knowledge available through our travels

In December 2023, Przemek and Luke had the pleasure of looking at on-site cultivation in Kenya. Through this trip they got to know personally many growers, their plantations and the specifics of growing in Kenya.

Kenya is a remarkable country, and Kenyan arabica coffee is appreciated around the world. We learned directly from plantation and cooperative owners why dry processing is so rarely done in Kenya. We will share with you the facts on this subject. 

Aroma and flavour

Kenya Devil Fruit does not contain any additives or artificial flavors. Thanks to the exceptional quality of the beans, you can sense the aroma and flavor of raspberries, rose and cherries. These flavor notes are what the sensory profile is all about - the natural taste of the coffee.

Character

Kenya Devil Fruit has a fruity, clean and sweet character. Thanks to natural processing, which is extremely rare for beans in beans from Kenya, this coffee will surprise you with an extra vinous sweetness and a distinctive taste of red fruits and rose.

 

Strength
Kawa ziarnista z Kenii to najlepsza kawa. Najlepsza kawa to taka, która ma wyraźnie wyczuwalne smaki i jest czysta. Taka kawa jest najlepsza do alternatywnych metod parzenia. Wyczuwalne smaki w kawie z Kenii Devil Fruit to róża, malina i borówka. Kawa ziarnista zachowuje świeżość przez dłuższy czas i ma najwyższą jakość. Owocowy smak nie łączy się dobrze z mlekiem. Ta kawa może nie być trafiona do espresso.
Sweetness
Espresso, kawiarka, a może blend? W kategorii kawy do ekspresów znajdzie się ziarnista arabika, z której zrobisz espresso. Wszystkie produkty z naszej palarni są świetne na prezent. Opakowanie kawy ma aż 3 warianty wagowe. Jaśmin, moc smaku rabarbaru - takie smaki znajdziesz wśród najlepszych odmian produktu kenijskiego. Turystyka to nie jedyny ważny przychód kenijski. Równik, specyficzne odmiany, dobra gleba, szczególnie wulkaniczne gleby. Całość sprawia, że arabica z Kenii jest wyjątkowa.
Dessertiness
W naszym sklepie kupisz blend i single origin. Idealna arabika to zawsze dobra kawa. Nasz produkt to gwarancja jakości. W sprzedaży kaw pomaga dokładne oznaczenie kraju u regionu, z którego zbiór pochodzi z całości.Ze względu na skład zdecydowanie większość kaw to specialty na filtr. W połączeniu z dobrą wodą, odpowiednia ilość kawy zyska dobry smak.Dokładnie z najlepszych dostaw kaw z Kenii mamy surowiec. Cena przekłada się na jakość, dlatego dodaj paczkę do koszyka. Dostawa w naszym sklepie jest darmowa od 75 zł.
Fruitiness
Jak smakuje blend z Keniami? Spróbuj jednego produktu w naszym sklepie, dodaj go do koszyka i ciesz się pełnią smaku.

 

Coffee from Kenya Devil Fruit - how to brew it?

Kenya Devil Fruit coffee has been roasted to alternatives. This means that we roasted the beans brightly so that they have a pleasant flavor after long contact with water during brewing.

Read our articles and try recipes for brewing coffee in different alternative methods: drip, Kalita, Chemex, Aeropress and pour-over machine.

 

Zacznij od wody

Nie każdy się nad tym zastanawiał, ale to prawda. Jeżeli nie gryziemy na sucho ziaren kawy, a zwyczajnie ją parzymy wodą. Dlatego też kawa w Twojej filiżance składa się głównie z wody.

Jakiej wody do kawy najlepiej użyć? Przeczytaj nasz artykuł i sprawdź jaka woda będzie najlepsza do zaparzenia kawy.

Zaparz Kenię w dripie Hario V60

Nie każdy się nad tym zastanawiał, ale to prawda. Jeżeli nie gryziemy na sucho ziaren kawy, a zwyczajnie ją parzymy wodą. Dlatego też kawa w Twojej filiżance składa się głównie z wody.

Drip Hario V60 to najpopularniejsza metoda wśród alternatyw. Chętnie parzą ją nasi kawosze w domach ale też sięgają po dripa bariści w kawiarniach. Przeczytaj artykuł o Dripie V60 i dowiedz się jak zaparzyć w nim kawę. .

Dripper Kalita

Lubisz intensywność smaku? Kenia Devil Fruit parzona w tej metodzie będzie intensywniejsza niż z dripa i pozostałych metod.

Możemy się licytować: drip czy Kalita. Jedno jest pewne, w żadnej metodzie alternatywnej nie dostaniesz naparu o tak mocnym smaku, jak z Kality. To ulubiona metoda całej naszej palarnianej załogi, dlatego przeczytaj artykuł o tym jak zaparzyć kawę w dripperze Kalita..

 

Kultowy Chemex

Jeśli nie przepadasz za wysoką intensywnością smaków i wolisz łagodny smak, kawa Kenia Devil Fruit będzie dla Ciebie idealna. Chemex sprawia, że kawowy napar staje się delikatnym i podbija jego słodycz.

Chemex to legendarny zaparzacz do kawy. Może Ty też go masz? Odwiedź nasz artykuł i dowiedz się jak parzyć kawę w Chemeksie.

Intrygujący Aeropress

AeroPress jest metodą, która podbija w kawie owocowe smaki. Jeśli lubisz owoce, sięgnij po Kenię Devil Fruit w tej metodzie!

Istnieje wiele mistrzowskich przepisów na tę metodę. AeroPress daje wiele możliwości parzenia, dlatego przygotowaliśmy artykuł, który ujawnia, jak parzyć kawę w AeroPressie.

Szybka kawa z Kenii w przelewie

Kawy parzone w batch brew mają podobny smak do kaw z dripperów. Jeśli lubisz kawę, która parzy się sama i dzieje się to szybko - pokochasz ekspresy przelewowe. Każda kawa lubi się z przelewem, Kenia Devil Fruit również!

Na naszym blogu znajdziesz artykuł o parzeniu kawy w przelewie. To świetna możliwość żeby poznać przepisy i porady dotyczące przelewów. Nie zawahaj się go użyć.

 

Why is the Roastains roaster the best source of coffee?

We are a small, local coffee roaster. The beans we choose are grown by farmers who have small plantations, and their annual harvest is often less than the weekly demand of a big-box store. That's why, you won't find our coffees in the market. We love quality and uniqueness. We roast our coffee every day and know absolutely everything about our beans.

That's why you can buy packages filled with fresh coffee that comes from a verified source. What's more, below you'll learn all about the country, region, plantation and processing of the coffee that could be in your home in just three days!

 

Devil Fruit coffee from Kenya for alternatives - take a look at it

 

Kenya Devil Fruit coffee - highlights

  • Origin: Kitale, Trans Nzoiya, Northern Rift Valley, Kenya
  • Producer: Kaitet Tea Plantations
  • Farm: Endebess Estate
  • Altitude: 1600-1800 m.a.s.l.
  • Specie: Coffea Arabica
  • Varietal: SL28, SL34, Batian, Ruiru
  • Processing: dry (natural)
  • Harvest: current crop
  • Quality: specialty, 88,5 points in cupping from our Q Arabica grader

 

Explore the Rift Valley region

The Rift Valley contains the Cherangany Hills and a chain of volcanoes, some of which are still active. The Cherangany Hills are one of Kenya's five major forest and river basin areas and cover three counties, namely Trans Nzoia, Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot. The Endebess Estate farm is located at the foot of Mount Elgon, an extinct shield volcano on the border of Uganda and Kenya.

 

Explore Endebess Estate Plantation

In the northern part of Kenya's Rift Valley, near the town of Kitale in Trans Nzoiya County, is the Endebess Estate Plantation. The area of the entire farm is as much as 758 hectares. Coffee is grown on the unique volcanic soil on 248 hectares.

Since the 1940s, Endebess Estate has processed its own coffee, as well as that of neighboring small producers. The farm was once owned by EW D'Ollier. In 1976 it was sold to Gatatha Farmers Co Ltd. and then in 2011 to its current owner and manager, Kaitet Tea Plantations.

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Learn about the processing of Kenya Devil Fruit!

Our Kenya Devil Fruit is a naturally processed coffee, it was processed on the farm. The hand-picked coffee cherries were washed in fresh water from the Koitobos River and then sun-dried on African beds. At the Endebess Estate plantation, sun-drying coffee usually takes 21 to 28 days, and the beans are turned at least four times a day.

Read our article on natural processing and learn how the process works.

 

Natural processing of coffee from Kenya

As you probably know, coffee is processed at special stations. Few coffee farms can afford to process their own, so farmers band together in coffee communities and bring their harvest to nearby stations. Each community needs its own representatives. A cooperative board of directors is elected, which controls, decides and completes all the paperwork related to the station's operations, as well as the sale of processed coffee, or settlements with farmers. When the term ends, new board representatives are voted in.

What is clear is that it would be best for those on the board to stay on for another term. But what can be done to make that happen? It is necessary to "tafadhali watu," meaning to please the people. We Poles know very well that we are most satisfied with the cash, in Kenya it is not different at all!

And now choose wisely here: interesting for Europeans and the rest of the world natural processing from Kenya, which is risky through high losses, or perhaps the well-known wet processing, embraced to perfection?

As I mentioned earlier - dry processing is a poorly controlled process that causes high losses. This is due to the fact that when drying cherries, there is a high risk that mold will form and some may be removed.

Another aspect in favor of the standard washed process is that drying coffee on African beds or patios takes up a great deal of space - as much as three times more than washed. Drying takes about 21 days, another argument against, because time is also money.

The price of naturali from Kenya is six times higher than washed coffees, and yet this processing is still not profitable.

Who can afford dry processing? Independent farmers and owners of processing stations. Natural from Kenya is only for the bigger players.

 

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