Case Coffee Roasters

Kenya Gondo AA

Blackberry, orange, vanilla.

Ripe blackberries really burst out of the cup in fragrance and flavor, joined by blood orange, grapefruit candy, and vanilla. Sweet and slightly floral, it features a sparkling acidity, mellow body, Complex. Versatile. Tasty.

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Washed Process


The Gondo wet mill, operated by the New Kiriti Farmers Cooperative Society, is located in the Mathioya District and comprised of 560 members. Farmers selectively hand pick and deliver their cherry to the wet mill on the same day. The cherries are then sorted and washed using water from the nearby Gondo river. They are then carefully fermented, sun-dried and washed again before delivery to the dry mill.

Case Coffee Roasters were particularly impressed with the intense sweetness of this lot from the 15 week outturn of the mill. According to Coffee Shrub, “An outturn is a term used in East Africa to describe a dry mill "batch" from a particular estate or coop.

Nyeri, Kenya

Coffee from the Nyeri District is sometimes referred to as “the heart of Black Gold Coffee” due to the intensity of flavor packed into slow-developing, very dense beans. Grown in the highlands between the eastern base of the Aberdare Range and the western slopes of Mt Kenya in young volcanic soil and blessed by strategic rainfall, beans develop a classic balanced Kenyan taste profile: fresh fruitiness, crisp citrus, bright and balanced acidity.

Part of Kenya’s rich agricultural sector, the Nyeri region became UTZ certified in 2008, and since then, there has been a tremendous improvement in coffee quality. Smallholders rather than large estates are most common, and most growers belong to cooperative organizations which own processing mills to which members can bring their harvested cherries.

Ashland, OR

Case Coffee Roasters

At the ripe old age of 21, high school sweethearts Tim and Kati Case married in January, 2006, and promptly opened Case Coffee Roasters in Ashland, Oregon. Winners of the 2013 and 2015 Good Food Awards and a finalist in 2016, Tim and Kati’s mission is to source the world’s most sweet, clean, and complex coffees. They are dedicated to making great coffee selections and offering good prices to the farmers, often paying two to three times Fair Trade prices.

When they’re not living and breathing coffee, you might find Tim and Kati exploring the Pacific Northwest with their six-year-old son, Yonnie: surfing, snowboarding, fly fishing, hiking, and mountain biking.


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