Watch this Gorgeous Video about Coffee in Kenya by Verve

Verve Kenya Coffee Video

When it comes to dream coffee destinations, Kenya is on our short list. The coffees that come from Kenya, particularly their famed SL28 and SL34 varieties, have a dynamic range of flavor like coffee from no other region. Grapefruit, oranges, and strawberries are just some of the notes you might find in the cup.

This gorgeous new video from Pedro Ramirez and Verve Coffee in Santa Cruz, CA offers a glimpse into coffee production in Kenya. From the streets of Nairobi to the hills of Nyeri, the footage follows the whole process, including harvesting, roasting, and cupping. It has a bangin’ soundtrack too. So brew up some of Verve’s Chorongi from the Mutheka Farmers Cooperative Society then check out where it all started.

Farmlevel: Kenya from Verve Coffee Roasters on Vimeo.

Kenya Coffee video

Verve Kenya Video

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About Michael

Michael Butterworth is Director of Education at Quills Coffee in Louisville, KY. When he's not debating the merits of different pour-over techniques you can probably find him on his bike or pretending to be a photographer with his trusty Fujifilm x100t . Michael is a two-time USBC Competitor, licensed Q Grader, and frequent contributor to Fresh Cup Magazine. Michael and his wife Julie write about travel at


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