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Kenya Masaï

Kenya

Spicy, notes of plum, blackcurrant, black tea.

Roasting level

Light to medium

Height

1500-2100 m

Variety

Bourbon, Typica, Kent

Grind
Weight
Quantity
€10.00

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Certisys BE-BIO-01

Although the coffee plant was only just introduced in Kenya at the end of the 19th century, the country has been able to conquer its own spot in the worldwide coffee market, particularly in the niche of specialty coffee. The coffee industry employs around 6 million people there. This grand cru is cultivated at the foot of Mount Kenya in the mountain range of Aberdare. It is awarded the AA grade, the highest grade within the rating system for arabica's. The light to medium roast brings out the complexity and profoundness of the aroma that is granted by the natural richness of the Kenyan sun.

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Data sheet

Origin
Kenya
Roasting level
Light to medium
Aromatic profile
Spicy
Height
1500-2100 m
Variety
Bourbon, Typica, Kent
Strength
Medium to strong
Acidic/Good-balanced/Bitter
Acidic
Decaf
No
Recommended for
Filter coffee
Continent
Africa
Tasting notes
Plum, blackcurrant, black tea
Specialty coffee
86.5
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