located on the western slopes of Mt. Kenya and
eastern slopes of the Abadare Ranges. These
high density Kenya coffee beans were purchased
from Dorman, which is an organization in Kenya
that has a strong reputation for retaining high
standards of selecting the best coffees available
in the region.
One of the unique coffee
processes typical of Kenya is allowing the coffee
to soak in fresh water for approximately twenty-four
hours after the fermentation process is complete.
This is believed to reduce coffee bitterness.
a medium-light roast. This elegant coffee is
powerfully representative of sparkling complexity
that Kenyans are known for.....black currants,
coffee blossom, and mandarin orange are the
best way to describe this exotic coffee from
a technical cupping perspective. When roasting,
it requires constant attention to coax out the
best flavors the beans have to offer.
of this particular coffee are limited, so we
don't expect it to be around very long.