Artisan Roast - Kamwangi AA Kenya Special Reserve
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This special reserve selection from Kamwangi is of a quality rarely seen in a harvest season. It has an intensity and complexity of citrus, malic and phosphoric acidity, that only Kenyan coffee can produce. This is balanced supremely by a dense, heady sweet, viscous and syrupy melon mouthfeel. We have roasted this coffee light to preserve these characteristics along with a long list of flavours. The stand out characteristics for us are fresh raspberries, zesty grapefruits, and blackcurrant. Underlying notes of sweet butterscotch adds interest and harmony.
We are recommending this special reserve coffee as a filter, to bring our it's refinement and expressive nature. It will work in other brew methods .... if you can control temperature parameters on your espresso machine to reign in the acidity it will make a truly delicious single origin shot
Farm/Coop: Approx. 1200 Kamwangi Co-operative members
Great for: Aeropress, Filter
Origin: Africa/Kenya - Kianyaga Town, Kirinyaga Central District
Process Method: Washed
Varietals: Bourbon SL28, Bourbon SL34
Roasterr: Artisan Roast
Delivery prices to United Kingdom
Initial collection: Artisan Roast - Edinburgh
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