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  • Kenyan Rititi AA

    Cant get enough of these beans at the moment and would love the chance to top up with some more kgs! Best SO experience in 08 - even better than the Waghi in my opinion! 8-)

    chrs CTGTC

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    Better single origin than the Wahgi is a BIG CALL.


    The Rititi were really good value in an over priced Kenyan market too. I dont know if there are any more in the works but I agree they are worth me keeping an ear to the ground.

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    • #3
      Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

      Originally posted by Andy Freeman link=1228740957/0#1 date=1228743445
      Better single origin than the Wahgi is a BIG CALL.
      So Andy...let me hijack this thread and ask for more Waghi. I only have 400g left
      I think Im going to buy 10kg of Waghi the next time its up.

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      • #4
        Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

        OK - happy to revisit the Waghi for another try, once the wonderful lingering aftertaste of the Kenyan finally subsides! A personal taste thing i guess, I find the Rititi just so well balanced, chocolaty and sweet, compared to the Waghi which has a bit more acidity and at times I have found a bit grassy......although when I blended it with some Boquete it was more to my liking!

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        • #5
          Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

          On the subject of Kenyan, can I put my hand up for some next year AND some Malawi please. These blended together are fantastic...(and Im down to my last 1kg of each. )

          -Linda

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          • #6
            Re: Kenyan Rititi AA


            ummm.... I can only suggest dont share the Malawi Geisha! I tried and tried to get some more but that was all there was.

            Trust me, if they appear again Ill be on it in a shot.

            We should have more luck with the Kenyan though.

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            • #7
              Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

              Another one enjoying the Kenyan ...
              (Also a fan of the Waghi)

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              • #8
                Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

                ive been sampleing lots of different beans lately and was rumaging through my stash cupboard and found a sack of kenya aa needless to say i was quite excited and promptly roasted up a 1/2 kg batch rested it for a week and pulled a piccolo this morning..... man i love this stuff, it was not too bright but zesty enough to get the taste buds jumping, loads of fruit, spice and all things nice rounded off with an almost bitter sweet mocha aftertaste.... think ill have another one, right now. ciou for now.
                Ray. 8-)

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                • #9
                  Re: Kenyan Rititi AA


                  The Kenyans have been really thin on the ground so far, lots of different brokers have "expecting arrival" on their list for the new crops. I dont know if its a case of short supply or just slow shipping but I guess the good ones they at least a month away if not more.

                  When they land we will certainly be grabbing some samples!

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                  • #10
                    Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

                    I have some Top Masai AA available as greens or roasted.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

                      Id love some more Kenyan too

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                      • #12
                        Re: Kenyan Rititi AA

                        I found some Dorman to try.
                        I couldnt wait for the beanbay.

                        Impatience is my downfall

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