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Kenyan Coffee Font and Everything You Should Know About It

Kenyan Coffee font is a narrow, blocky headline typeface developed in 1999 by Ray Larabie and published by the Typodermic Font Foundry. The font was developed based on headline typefaces that were immensely popular in the 1960s.

Kenyan Coffee Technical Specs


Kenyan Coffee contains 687 glyphs and hundreds of characters. Each basic alphabetical letter comes with at least two Unicode variants. Examples include the characters Á and Ä for the letter A.

The font includes both UPPERCASE and lowercase letters. You also get to enjoy tons of alternates and ligatures. Kenyan Coffee supports most Latin-based European languages. The typeface is also compatible with Greek, Vietnamese, and most Cyrillic-based writing systems.

Kenyan Coffee Family

As of the time of writing (September 1, 2022), the Kenyan Coffee font family comprises the following styles and weights (including but not limited to);

• Kenyan Coffee Regular
• Kenyan Coffee Medium
• Kenyan Coffee Italic
• Kenyan Coffee Heavy Italic
• Kenyan Coffee Ultraitalic
• Kenyan Coffee Bold
• Kenyan Coffee Book
• Kenyan Coffee Light

Kenyan Coffee Applications

All the fonts in the Kenyan Coffee family share similar fundamental design characteristics. Which implies that they can also be used in more or less the same way.


For starters, Kenyan Coffee is predominantly a display font, thanks to its blocky nature. In other words, this typeface would look better on headers and taglines than it would on body text or fine print.

As a display font, Kenyan Coffee would be best suited for creating advertisement materials. These range from company logos to posters, flyers, billboards, and store signage. They also include trade show displays, trailers, and banners. You might also consider the font for book & magazine covers, movie and television posters, video game titling, and pretty much any project intended primarily for attention-grabbing.

In addition to its blocky appearance, Kenyan Coffee also sports a clean and neat texture. That makes it especially suitable for official designs, such as business cards and company logotypes.

What Fonts Complement Kenyan Coffee?


Kenyan Coffee can be paired with a number of similar fonts. Examples include Antonio Regular, Creator Credits BB, Gotham Nights Normal, Rollout Semibold, and Ubicada Pro Bold. The best way to pair Kenyan Coffee with any of the above typefaces is to designate one font for display and the other for body text.

Where to Download Kenyan Coffee

Kenyan Coffee is available for immediate download from My Fonts, Font Spring, and Bold Fonts. Get your hands on this typeface by checking out the Font Get, Font Meme, and DaFont websites.

Is Kenyan Coffee Free? Kenyan Coffee is a trademark of Typodermic. The font’s license details indicate that it’s free for personal use only. So, remember to get in touch with the designer before applying it for business purposes.

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