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Country & region
Kenya, Kirinyaga
SL-28, SL-34, Batian, Ruiru 11, Geisha
1500 masl
Clean, bright, complex and juicy, with notes of gummy bears and rhubarb, plum jam and pomegranate, and a light and floral cacao quality.
Baragwi Pb
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Indulge in the captivating flavours of Baragwi PB, a coffee sourced from the Kirinyaga region of Kenya. This exceptional coffee offers delightful notes of plum jam, gummy bears, and pomegranate, creating a unique and harmonious taste experience. Baragwi PB is a washed coffee known for its clean, complex, and juicy character. It showcases the remarkable qualities of SL-34, SL-28, Batian, Geisha, and Ruiru 11 varieties.

Just like a lonely hitchhiker with a harmonica in his pocket, this coffee carries a personalized touch. Pick it up, and it will play a tune that takes you on a sensory journey, revealing the intricate melodies of flavor and aroma. Let the symphony of Baragwi PB transport you to the captivating roads of coffee discovery.

Flavour notes Plum jam, pomegranate & gummy bears

⬤ ⬤ ⬤ 〇 〇 ― sweetness
⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ― acidity
⬤ ⬤ ⬤ ⬤ 〇 ― body
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A journey to Kenya’s vibrant coffee region
Baragwi PB is a collaborative creation of smallholder farmers from the Baragwi Cooperative Farmers society in Kirinyaga, and Nordic Approach, our trusted partner in sourcing exceptional coffees. These farmers, who cultivate diverse crops alongside coffee, take great pride in their coffee production. The wet mills in the region consistently produce high-quality coffee, attracting farmers with premium prices.

In partnership with Nordic Approach, we carefully select the Baragwi lot to meet our standards for taste and sustainability. The coffee cherries undergo a meticulous process at the factory. After harvest, they undergo 16-24 hours of dry fermentation under closed shade for optimal flavor development. The cherries are then washed and graded in channels to select the finest beans. To enhance their characteristics, the beans are soaked in clean water for 16-18 hours, allowing them to absorb moisture and develop a bright and delightful sweetness.
The magic of peaberries
Baragwi PB stands out as an extraordinary coffee due to its inclusion of peaberries, a unique and coveted type of coffee bean. Peaberries are a rare occurrence, accounting for only 5% of the world’s coffee production. These remarkable beans develop when a coffee cherry produces a single seed instead of the usual two, resulting in a distinctively shaped bean. Due to their scarcity and special characteristics, pea berries are carefully hand-sorted from the rest of the cherries, making them highly sought after. Renowned for their denser structure, peaberries often exhibit heightened sweetness, body, and overall flavor intensity.
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Brew guide
Unlocking the flavours of Baragwi
To fully savor the flavours of Baragwi PB, it is recommended to brew it as a filter coffee. Here is our recommended V60 recipe:

1. Start with 15g of Baragwi PB coffee grounds.
2. Begin with a 30g water bloom and let it sit for 15 seconds.
3. Slowly pour water until reaching a total weight of 210g.
4. Aim for a total brewing time of around 2 minutes.
5. After the bloom, pour an additional 50g of water and wait 15 seconds before pouring more.
6. Maintain a water temperature of 93°C for optimal extraction.

Explore the melodic delights of Baragwi PB as you brew your perfect cup. With its exquisite flavours, the essence of Kenya’s coffee region, the magic of pea berries, and the recommended brewing method, this coffee invites you to indulge in a truly exceptional coffee experience.
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