Kudu Coffee welcomes four excellent coffees from Rwanda, Ecuador and Colombia.
Rwanda Nova Coffee 150 gr.: Chocolatey, floral yet subtle taste. Chocolate, oak, gardenia, rum, blackcurrant and plum in both aroma and taste. Sweet and delicious texture with soft acidity and velvety body. Smoky finish with notes of blackberries, chocolate and rich flowers.
Ecuador Chorora 150 gr.: Discreet, floral, and spicy. Ginger, plum, honey, molasses, a hint of cardamom, black currant in both aroma and taste. Sweet and salty structure with juicy, citrusy acidity and thick mouthfeel. The aftertaste focuses on ginger and grape blossoms with strawberry undertones.
Colombia Finca Inmaculada 150 gr.: Juicy with a long aftertaste. Rose, pineapple, lemongrass, fig and hibiscus in both aroma and taste. Juicy, intense acidity. Creamy and delicate at the same time. The sweet and sour aftertaste, with notes of pineapple, citronella and sweet fig.
Colombia Finca Inmaculada Blend 150 gr.: Juicy with a long aftertaste. Rose, vanilla, blackberry, strawberry and mango in aromas and taste. Juicy acidity. Soft and delicate at the same time. Sweet and sour finish with notes of pineapple, citronella and sweet vanilla.
About Kudu Coffee
Kudu Coffee is a Greek coffee brand, based in Athens, that buys, roasts and sells premium quality coffee. The company travels all around the world to acquire fresh batches each season and stores the green beans in a climate controlled room. Each roasted batch undergoes a number of quality checks, such as the recording the roast profile, but most importantly taste testing, in the brand’s effort to improve roasting over time.
Currently, the brand, that owns a store in Psychiko (Athens), has been investing in upgrading its facilities in the area of Lykovrysi (Attica, Greece), and exports to Germany and Switzerland, the latter being a cooperation on hold, due to the various problems caused in the supply chain worldwide during the last year.