We love Kenyan coffees for their syrupy, popsicle-like fruit notes, and this one is exemplary! Red and purple flavors dance in this cup like brush strokes on a canvas. As you sip, a perfect picture of your day takes form...
An AA quality coffee from the village of Kagumo in Nyeri, Kenya. The wet fermentation process brings out sweet, juicy flavors of lively red fruit, raspberry, and currant.
"Prominent licorice, quince and cherry. Made a syrupy espresso. " (3 out of 5)
"French Press brewed this one. Wife and I were not impressed. Light on flavor. Did pick up a little spice/fruity after taste. Pleasant enough to drink. She added creme and sugar, I drank it black. " (3 out of 5)
"Wonderful flavors of raspberry and currant. Delicious!" (4 out of 5)
"Again one the best blends. I love any coffee either notes of fruit and the current and red fruit was very prevalent. I almost tasted red licorice at times. It was light and sweet. Loved every cup!" (5 out of 5)
"Very light grassy coffee that is slightly astringent. Would not recommend using fresh press brewing method. We typically enjoy lighter roast coffee, but this tastes very much like a typical fruity African coffee." (2 out of 5)
"I'm not a fan of lighter coffees with fruit notes. But, if you like heavier spice and fruit flavors, you might enjoy it more than me." (2 out of 5)
"Tried this out on yesterday... it was very aromatic, and tasted light ... was good but not my favorite!" (4 out of 5)
"Wonderfully light and well rounded flavor, a pleasant cup but not super special. Brewed with chemex." (5 out of 5)
"This coffee is delicious! Very subtle notes of fruity flavor, and smells amazing. We wanted to order some and are sad to see it is sold out!" (5 out of 5)
"Velton's does it again on this one! Bright fruit notes but subtle washed bean flavors indicative of an Ethiopian. Brewed pour over and French press, both very nice!" (5 out of 5)