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KENYA COFFEE BEANS

Contains hand-roasted single origin specialty coffee beans

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This cup of coffee is characterized by notes of forest fruits, blackcurrants, and lively citrus acidity. It’s bold and punchy, with a fantastic greenish-blue hue to the bean. Grown usually in iron-rich volcanic loamy soils, this high-grown, fully washed coffee is everything a Kenya AA should be.

Coffee profile

Roast Level: Medium
Acidity: High
Sub-region: Blue Mountain

Co-op: various
Altitude: 1850 m.a.s.l
Arabica Varieties: Bourbon, Kent, SL28
Process: Washed
Taste notes: blackberry, cherry, caramel
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MORE ABOUT THE COFFEE

ORIGIN

Mont Kenya, Masaii

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Cupping notes

Citrus, rhubarb, honey,
chocolate, caramel

strength

Medium

Sourced from the high plateaus of Kiambu near Mount Kenya, this coffee reaches elevations up to 1,900 metres. Grown primarily by smallholders and processed by cooperatives, its "double washing" preparation, a unique Kenyan method, accentuates its brilliant acidity. Combining traditional techniques with local terroir-adapted varieties, Kenya stands as a global specialty coffee icon, though facing environmental challenges in water management.

Acidity: High
Altitude: 1900 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: SL28, SL34, Batian, Ruiru 11
Process: Kenyan Washed