They curate coffees from farms in Ethiopia and Panama, playing with different varieties and unique fermentation processes.
Their coffees have won many awards over the years and at auction have fetched unbelievable prices, into the thousands of dollars per kilo
Developed by Ninety Plus founder, Joseph Brodsky on their Gesha Estates in Panama and named after "Kampi", the site of the Kampi Co-op in Ethiopia that inspired it.
Farm: Ninety Plus Panama Estates
Variety: 100% Gesha arabica
Process: Ninety plus unique fermentation
A truely unusual and complex coffee
Tropical, butterscotch and rich umami flavours