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Kenya AA Kirinyaga 150 g

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Reference : 280555
302 Kč302.00CZK

Country of origin: Kenya
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Description

This coffee is sourced from a plantation below Mt. Kenya in Kirinyaga County, where the plants grow at altitudes of 1,500 – 1,800 m in red volcanic soil. Of the Bourbon cultivar, the ripe cherries are processed in the washed manner, for which solely clean water from a local river is used. The aroma hints at apricot jam, while raspberry, red currant and blackberry come through in the taste. The acidity is explosive and body velvety.

preparation

Preparation: select the correct grind of coffee for the given method of preparation. For 100 ml of water allow 7 g of ground coffee. Use hot water at 93-94°C. Keep in a cool and dry place, in an airtight container.

Composition

This coffee is sourced from a plantation below Mt. Kenya in Kirinyaga County, where the plants grow at altitudes of 1,500 – 1,800 m in red volcanic soil. Of the Bourbon cultivar, the ripe cherries are processed in the washed manner, for which solely clean water from a local river is used. The aroma hints at apricot jam, while raspberry, red currant and blackberry come through in the taste. The acidity is explosive and body velvety.

Country of origin: Kenya
Acidity:

Description

This coffee is sourced from a plantation below Mt. Kenya in Kirinyaga County, where the plants grow at altitudes of 1,500 – 1,800 m in red volcanic soil. Of the Bourbon cultivar, the ripe cherries are processed in the washed manner, for which solely clean water from a local river is used. The aroma hints at apricot jam, while raspberry, red currant and blackberry come through in the taste. The acidity is explosive and body velvety.

preparation

Preparation: select the correct grind of coffee for the given method of preparation. For 100 ml of water allow 7 g of ground coffee. Use hot water at 93-94°C. Keep in a cool and dry place, in an airtight container.

Composition

This coffee is sourced from a plantation below Mt. Kenya in Kirinyaga County, where the plants grow at altitudes of 1,500 – 1,800 m in red volcanic soil. Of the Bourbon cultivar, the ripe cherries are processed in the washed manner, for which solely clean water from a local river is used. The aroma hints at apricot jam, while raspberry, red currant and blackberry come through in the taste. The acidity is explosive and body velvety.

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