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Kenyan Zawadi Peaberry

Kenyan Zawadi Peaberry

SKU: 0002

Rich body, bright acidity, blackcurrant and elderflower

  • Product Info

    Rich body, bright acidity, blackcurrant and elderflower

    Country: Kenya
    Region: Nyeri, Kirinuyaga, Muranga, Kiambu
    Farm: Members of the Rumuka Cooperative Society and Kabare Cooperative Society
    Variety: Bourbon, Kent, SL28, SL34
    Process: Washed
    Altitude: 1400 – 1600 MASL

    With mills spanning across three counties of what was formally the Central Province in Kenya, Zawadi is a blend created using carefully selected peaberries primarily from the Kamandi and Ndia-ini coffee factories.
    Ndia-ini lies 5km from Mukurwe-ini and uses water fresh from the Gikira river for processing. The proximity of the river gives the factory its name which translates to ‘river ponds’ in the Kikuyu language. Kimandi is situated in the village of the same name, close to Kabare town. The word Zawadi itself is Kiswahili, and means ‘Gift’.
    Coffee is picked and processed at each wet mill before being collated and dry milled where it is graded, hulled and bagged for shipping.
    The SL varietals are ubiquitous in Kenya. Coming from what was then known as Scott Laboratories in the 1930s, SL28 stems from a selection of a single tree from a population that was known as Tanganyika Drought Resistant, that was related to the Bourbon lineage of plants. SL34 was made in a similar way but from a French Mission lineage on the partnered Loresho Estate in Kabete. French Mission has always been assumed to be of Bourbon lineage, though recent genetic tests have shown it to be of Typica Lineage.

  • Packaging information

    Our coffee is roasted and packaged to obtain high quality for over a month. Your coffee order will come from the freshest roast possible and always with peak freshness weeks.

  • Shipping and Refund Policy


    All coffee orders are roasted on Wednesday, and shipped on Thursday or Friday .

    Custom Duties and Import VAT

    When a package is shipped internationally, it may be subject to import taxes, customs duties, and/or fees imposed by the destination country. These charges will typically be due once the shipped goods arrive at the country of destination.

    The recipient is responsible with ensuring to comply with laws and regulations of the country of destination. Coffee Addict does not have any responsibility on these additional charges that may apply.


    We are sorry if the product does not meet your expectation and we will do our best to rectify the situation for you. If your coffee order is different to what you expected or arrived damaged then please

    contact the Coffee Addict team on All purchases must be returned in their original condition and packaging. All refunds are made within 15-20 working days from receipt of the faulty goods. Shipping costs are non-refundable.

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