Kenya Peaberry Plus Rwaikamba Co-op Ngutu 100% Arabica Coffee Beans

Price: $23.65
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Manufacturer Description

This single origin coffee from Kenya's Central Province is crafted purely from prized coffee berries - a particular type of coffee bean, formed when the two seeds of a berry fuse into a single tiny oval bean rather than two flat-faced sides. A great Kenya is complex, and has interesting fruit (berry, citrus) flavors, sometimes alternating with spice. Some are clean and bright, others have cherished winey flavors. Our Kenya Peaberry was harvested using a special sieve to painstakingly separate the small percentage of berries from the more commonplace twin beans. Best at a light to medium roast to carefully preserve the delicate taste profile. This coffee has a lime, winey, tart flavor nuance that is brought about by its wonderful medley of ripe tropical fruits, a tangy acidity and crisp, clean aftertaste. This is a lighter and more refreshing alternative to regular Kenyan coffee - the perfect cup to accompany a bright breakfast or a light lunch...perfect at mid-day too!

Product Features

Always Fresh Roasted Each Morning & Shipped in the Afternoon! Quality Never Compromised. A wonderful medley of ripe tropical fruits, a tangy acidity and crisp, clean aftertaste, this is a lighter and more refreshing alternative to regular Kenyan coffee. Best at a light to medium roast to carefully preserve the delicate taste profile; lingering finish The perfect cup to accompany a bright breakfast or a light lunch. Excellent natural flavors accented with some spice in the aftertaste. Our Kenya Peaberry was harvested using a special sieve to painstakingly separate the small percentage of berries from the more commonplace twin beans.

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