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Coffee Drips Kenya Kahiraini 7 pcs x 12 g

Coffee Drips Kenya Kahiraini 7 pcs x 12 g

Coffee Drips Kenya Kahiraini 7 pcs x 12 g

  • Honey
  • Dried mixed berries
  • Dark chocolate
  • origin: Kenya
  • process: Natural
  • region: Huila Guadalupe
  • variety: Colombia
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Description

Kahiraini coffee from the high-altitude Nyeri region is considered one of the best in Kenya, with the entire region dubbed "The Champagne Region of Coffee."

All coffee is meticulously handpicked and dried to a distinct dark color, ensuring the separation of the bean from the dried pulp. The condition is checked by the characteristic knocking of the beans inside.

Taste profile: cocoa, rosemary, vermouth, red apple.

It's a sweet cocktail of vermouth and berries with a chocolatey undertone. Delicately alcoholic, with dominant notes of sweetness and acidity. The taste is velvety and unique. Kahiraini coffee will be a new flavor experience in your life.

Origin

Kenyan Arabica is renowned as the finest coffee from the African continent, boasting a complex and distinctive flavor.

Surprisingly, coffee cultivation in Kenya began relatively recently, around 100 years ago. The first coffee trees were introduced to the country by the British, who initially controlled the plantations and established a business around it. Over time, locals took over the initiative, creating small farms. Today, the majority of Kenyan coffee is grown by local farmers. Interestingly, the government at the national level oversees coffee sales, maintaining a high standard of product quality.

Kenya features predominantly high-altitude volcanic soils, imparting a pronounced acidity to the coffee. The wet processing method is employed. Kenyan coffee is known for its high quality, refined multi-dimensional flavor, and moderate bitterness.

General characteristics of Kenyan coffee:

  • High acidity
  • Notes of red fruits and berries
  • Wine-like undertones
  • Hints of black tea and lime

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