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Kenya Kagumo

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Bright, juicy coffee with bold notes of peach and red currant is what you can expect from this Kenyan coffee from Rogue Wave. It's the perfect coffee to start your day with a smile.


This coffee is sourced from the Kagumo Coffee Factory which is located in the Muranga District of Kenya. Established in the 1980s, this farm rests on an 3.2 hectare piece of land that's affiliated to the Mutira Farmers Co-operative Society whose membership stands at 300.


 About the Beans






  SL34 + Ruiru 11

Altitude, masl 



Gitugi Town, Muranga, Kenya


Kagumo Factory titi


 Washed - 12 Hours fermentation, dried on raised bed for 7-15 days


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About the Roaster

Rogue Wave Coffee Roasters are a small, independently-owned coffee roastery out of Edmonton, Alberta.

Rogue Wave is all about learning more about coffee and bringing out the best of every bean by letting the origin shine through. With competition being one of the best ways to learn, Rogue Wave is perfect for coffee-lovers who want to push themselves and their brewing skills to the next level. Whether you're a seasoned pro or just starting out, Rogue Wave offers coffees that are perfect for everyone.


Edmonton, AB


They burst onto the scene in 2020 when they took home first place in both the Canadian AeroPress Competition and Canadian Brewers Cup competition. They represented Canada at the World Brewers championship the following year.

Our mission

We're on a mission to bridge the gap between a better cup of coffee and tea at home and the local craftspeople who are passionate about producing it.

We want to connect the Edmonton coffee lovers with Edmonton. There are so many great cafes, small batch roasters, and hidden treasures within our city that are waiting to be discovered.

Support Local

Early on our journey, we found out that more than 80% of coffee and tea purchased locally isn't actually local.

Wouldn't it be amazing if 80% of the tea and coffee purchased in Edmonton was local? And, the 20% that came from elsewhere was the very best the world had to offer?