Produktverpackung Kenya Ndaro-ini Kaffeebohnen, washed aufbereitet. Schmeckt nach Trockenfrucht, Johannisbeere und Kandis. Geröstet zur Zubereitung als Filterkaffee.
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KENYA Ndaro-ini filter coffee

Sale price14,00 €
56,00 € /kg

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Suitable for French Press Suitable for Filter Coffee

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Freshly roasted with you in a few days
Pickup available at Merianstraße 8 (Hinweise beachten) Usually ready in 5+ days

KENYA Ndaro-ini filter coffee

250g (Whole Beans)

Merianstraße 8 (Hinweise beachten)

Pickup available, usually ready in 5+ days

Merianstraße 8
79104 Freiburg im Breisgau
Germany

Origin
Kenya
Region
Nyeri
Producer
Gikanda FCS
Variety
SL-28, Batian, Ruiru 11, SL-34
Elevation
1700m
Processing
Washed
Taste
Dried Fruit, Currant, Rock Candy

Shipping Info

We currently ship throughout the EU, with the exception of Austria. Shipping is handled by DHL GoGreen. Part of the shipping costs goes into climate protection projects to offset the resulting CO2 emissions. We always ship incoming orders on Tuesdays and Fridays. The following conditions apply.

For shipping to Germany:

Orders up to €74.99: €4.95

Orders from €75.00 and more: free of charge

For shipping to the rest of the EU :

Shipping costs of €15 per order up to 2 kg

30 € from 2 to 5 kg

In addition, shipping only takes place after consultation

Provisions regarding gift cards

Our gift cards are sent by email immediately after receipt of payment. There are no shipping costs associated.

Delivery times

Unless a different deadline is specified in the respective offer, the goods will be delivered within Germany (Germany) within 3-5 days after conclusion of the contract (if advance payment has been agreed, after the time of your payment order). The delivery time to other EU countries can be up to 8 days.

Those who collect their own items can pick up their order during regular opening hours (Friday 3 PM to 6 PM).

Please note that there is no delivery on Sundays and public German holidays. If you have ordered items with different delivery times, we will send the goods in one shipment, unless we have made different agreements with you. In this case, the delivery time is determined by the item with the longest delivery time that you ordered.

Shipping Info

We currently ship throughout the EU, with the exception of Austria. Shipping is handled by DHL GoGreen. Part of the shipping costs goes into climate protection projects to offset the resulting CO2 emissions. We always ship incoming orders on Tuesdays and Fridays. The following conditions apply.

For shipping to Germany:

Orders up to €74.99: €4.95

Orders from €75.00 and more: free of charge

For shipping to the rest of the EU :

Shipping costs of €15 per order up to 2 kg

30 € from 2 to 5 kg

In addition, shipping only takes place after consultation

Provisions regarding gift cards

Our gift cards are sent by email immediately after receipt of payment. There are no shipping costs associated.

Delivery times

Unless a different deadline is specified in the respective offer, the goods will be delivered within Germany (Germany) within 3-5 days after conclusion of the contract (if advance payment has been agreed, after the time of your payment order). The delivery time to other EU countries can be up to 8 days.

Those who collect their own items can pick up their order during regular opening hours (Friday 3 PM to 6 PM).

Please note that there is no delivery on Sundays and public German holidays. If you have ordered items with different delivery times, we will send the goods in one shipment, unless we have made different agreements with you. In this case, the delivery time is determined by the item with the longest delivery time that you ordered.

Tested Quality

We roast our coffee beans ourselves and fresh every week. We select the green coffee carefully. This means: Before we decide on a coffee, we test and taste it extensively. For this purpose, our import partners provide us with samples, so-called samples.

To ensure consistently high quality, we check all fresh roasts in weekly cuppings. This ensures that your coffee beans always taste the way they should.

Tested Quality

We roast our coffee beans ourselves and fresh every week. We select the green coffee carefully. This means: Before we decide on a coffee, we test and taste it extensively. For this purpose, our import partners provide us with samples, so-called samples.

To ensure consistently high quality, we check all fresh roasts in weekly cuppings. This ensures that your coffee beans always taste the way they should.

Secure Payment

You can shop safely with us using all of the payment methods we offer. You can choose between common credit cards, PayPal, Google Pay, Apple Pay, Sofortüberweisung and Klarna Pay Later.

Payment processing takes place via Shopify Payments or PayPal and is encrypted. We have no insight into your private payment details.

Secure Payment

You can shop safely with us using all of the payment methods we offer. You can choose between common credit cards, PayPal, Google Pay, Apple Pay, Sofortüberweisung and Klarna Pay Later.

Payment processing takes place via Shopify Payments or PayPal and is encrypted. We have no insight into your private payment details.

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More About the Bean

Processing Method

Washed Processing

Washed processing is the most common form of coffee processing. The coffee cherries are placed in so-called depulpers directly after harvesting. This is how it works: ripe and unripe coffee cherries are pressed against a sieve in a rotating drum by centrifugal force. With the right pressure, the softer flesh (also known as pulp) of the ripe cherries is released and the beans waft through the sieve. The hard pulp of the unripe coffee cherries is not released and remains in the drum of the machine.

Coffee Plant

Bourbon Variety

Coffea arabica var. bourbon is known for its very good flavor potential, is tall-growing and produces coffee beans of average size. It was mainly cultivated on the island of La Réunion in the 19th century. The name Bourbon derives from the noble family of the same name to which King Louis XIII belonged. He ruled France from 1610 to 1643. At that time and until the 19th century, French settlers forced their slaves on the island to cultivate vanilla, sugar cane and coffee.

The well-known name of Bourbon vanilla also dates back to this time, when the island was the main exporter of vanilla spices. With the February Revolution of 1848, slavery was officially abolished on the island. However, sugar, coffee and vanilla continued to be cultivated and exported. Today, coffee cultivation hardly plays a role on the island.

Coffee Plant

Coffee from Kenya

Coffee production in Kenya is one of the most important economic sectors in the country. Kenya is known for its high-quality Arabica coffee, which thrives in the fertile soils of the highlands, for example in the mountains Mount Kenya and Mount Elgon, which rises on the western border with Uganda. Production is mainly carried out by small farmers, who are often part of cooperatives. Kenya is the 17th largest coffee producer in the world and exports a significant portion of its coffee to the United States and Europe.

Photo by Sergey Pesterev.

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