Fellow Journeyman: Murray Logan

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If you could leave a message in a bottle (a very small message in a very small bottle), how would you introduce yourself?

My name is Murray Logan. I am passionate about; in no particular order… Life, science, God, my beautiful wife, family, friends, relationships and leaving behind something meaningful at the end of this life…

What is your coffee-making ritual?

I mostly use a stove top to brew our delicious black gold… On occasion I may use an Aeropress. We have recently acquired a milk frother, which has added another dimension to our coffee drinking.

If you could only drink one coffee origin for the rest of your life, what would it be and what do you enjoy about it?

Kenyan for sure! The rich flavour of Kenyan coffee is incomparable to any other I have ever tasted. My coffee loyalties lie within African soil.

Tasty treat with your coffee or pure, straight-up and solo?

Depending on my mood I may like to dunk a rusk into my java. But a straight-up and solo cuppa always does the trick with or without a tasty treat in hand.

At Legado we are inspired by the pioneers and explorers of old, breaking open new frontiers and changing landscapes. If you were one day pondered upon as such a character in history, what would you like to be remembered for?

I would like to be remembered for the legacy (haha) I leave behind… I believe every man or woman can leave behind a legacy that either impacts negatively or positively on their community/society. It is a privilege for us to leave behind an inheritance, not only to our children, but also to those people we cross paths with… It is my intent to add to the lives of those people I come into contact with and to take this a step further, provide a platform for future generations to excel in life.. As the good book puts it “Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. Let each of you look out not only for his own interests, but also for the interests of others.” Philippians 2:3-4.

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