Coffee Talk

From Seed to Cup

1. Planting  Coffee seeds are planted in large beds in shaded nurseries. The seedlings are watered frequently and shaded from bright sunlight until they are ready to be permanently planted. Planting often takes place during the rainy season. 2. Harvesting It. Read More

Coffee Roast Guide

Roasting is a heat process that turns coffee into the fragrant, dark brown beans we know and love. Roasting brings out the aroma and flavor that is locked inside the green coffee beans. Beans are stored green, a state in which. Read More

How To Brew Coffee

Coffee is personal - the right way to make it is how you like it best.  That being said, mastering a few fundamentals will help you perfect your technique. Here are our tips to brew a classic cup of coffee. The Equipment: Make. Read More


For the best cup of coffee, start with quality beans and store them properly to maximize freshness and flavor.      Keep beans airtight and cool: Your beans’ greatest enemies are air, moisture, heat, and light. To preserve your beans’ fresh roasted flavor. Read More

kenya’s Coffee Industry

Coffee Farming in Kenya was first introduced in 1896 by the missionaries. Coffee is Kenya’s fourth leading foreign exchange earner after tourism, tea and horticulture. The coffee industry has been one of the key pillars of Kenya’s economy since independence.. Read More

Coffee Tips

Prepared coffee begins to lose its optimal taste moments after brewing, so only make as much coffee as you’ll drink. Otherwise, coffee can be poured into a warmed, insulated thermos to be consumed within an hour. Don't worry - old coffee probably isn't dangerous,. Read More