North of Nairobi, there’s a Riakiberu washing station where roughly 700 farmers cultivate PB Kamacharia coffee beans. PB stands for ‘peaberry’, a phenomenon where only one coffee seed grows inside the cherry instead of the normal two. As a result, that seed tends to absorb more nutrients and flavor from the cherry, resulting in an exaggerated version of the normal coffee. And when all those peaberries are brought together, they make an explosive blend with hints of red grape, papaya, and honeydew melon. Waking up has never tasted better.