I recently saw the Rogers Family Company, and fell in love with their company and their story. Their company was started in 1979, and is "one of the few remaining family owned gourmet coffee roasters".
These Kenya coffee beans look like they were freshly roasted. You can still see the oil on them, the color is great, and they have a wonderful smell!
Once ground, the coffee kept that nice rich brown color. I did a medium/fine grind on my coffee grinder. For brewing, I used two tablespoons per 8oz of water.
When brewing the coffee, I would give the flavor an A++! This coffee has the most flavor out of any other coffee I've ever had. The Kenya coffee (the first one I tried) is a full body coffee, and has cocoa hints to it. The Rogers Family uses the AA grade of Kenya coffee. That is the highest quality of Kenya that you can get.
My husband and I also tried the Sumatra blend, and found that it was also delicious! I am trying to use all that I have ground before I try any of the other blends, but when I try them I will update.
If you are interested in trying any of the Rogers Family coffees, you can visit their website and blog at rogersfamilyco.com or you can go to http://www.gourmet-coffee.com/ to shop their brands.
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Also, between now and April 9th my US readers may enter for a chance to win the four 12 oz bags of whole bean coffee pictured above (ARV $40).