The founder, Fenkil Asghedom, is an Eritrean who grew up in Eritrea, where coffee is not just a drink, but a ceremony.
Fenkil began his professional coffee journey in 2007 in Kampala, Uganda, based on his passion and rich traditional Eritrean Coffee Ceremony.
He founded and developed Kesh Kesh Coffee Roasters In 2015.
In 2017, Kesh Kesh Coffee Roastery and Café opened in Kilimani, Nairobi, Kenya.
Kesh Kesh Coffee Roasters source speciality Arabica coffee beans across East Africa.
Kesh Kesh is an Eritrean word that refers to the motion of coffee roasting on a pan, during the roasting process in the traditional Eritrean Coffee Ceremony.
The coffee ceremony is an old tradition ritual which serves as a vital opportunity for family and friends to connect and build their community bond.
We engage clients by educating them on the coffee ceremony from the first green coffee bean step to the last cup.
We distribute our roasted coffee beans to local and international markets.
Fenkil Asghedom is a Certifed Quality Arabica Grader (Q Grader), and Assistant Specialty Coffee Association Trainer (AST) and is still working for a greater achievement in the coffee industry.