Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

Sale 08/2017/18 - Avg Price in $/50kg

AA - 355.35, AB - 227.53, C - 184.40, PB - 233.42, T - 91.93, TT - 154.37, E - 265.58, HE - 69.70, MH - 91.22, ML - 66.71, SB - 0.00, UG - 83.54, UG1- 90.62, UG2 - 62.62 UG3 - 60.00

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

Overall (All Catalogues) 205.08

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Friday, 15 May 2015 08:50

Kenyan Coffee

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Kenyan Coffee

Known for its consistently rich flavor along with a deep, wine-like acidity and pleasant aroma, Kenya coffee is distinctly bright with complex tones of fruit and berry. Kenyan coffees are wet-processed (washed) coffees—bold and with a body that is usually full or medium.

Kenya Coffee has Resonant Cup Presence

Known for their potent sweetness and powerful character, Kenyan coffees have a resonant cup presence, exhibiting intense flavors with a distinct winey richness and dry, winey aftertaste similar to Ethiopian Harrar yet with more of a full-bodied richness than Ethiopian coffees.

A good Kenya coffee is vibrant yet clean and crisp, not subtle or delicate, and typically very well-balanced. Notes of lemony citrus may be present, even pepper, along with tones of blackberry. The aftertaste of a Kenya coffee may be quite dry with a lemony zest to it, or perhaps winey.

 

Kenya Coffee – The Connoisseurs Cup

Pause to appreciate the sublime, even intoxicating black currant undertones in the flavor and aroma. One reason a mug of Kenya coffee is known as the Connoisseurs Cup is that they are typically well-balanced including their taste, acidity, and mouthfeel (body).

 

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