The pomelo’s scientific name is “citrus maxima.” We declare this roast “Kenya maxima”! Its big, bold flavors stay balanced, just on the right side of tart. Sip it from the largest mug you own.
The freshly ground coffee reminds us of peach, green grape, and a hint of tomato. Once brewed, it exhibits delicious blackberry and pomelo notes. Light, juicy mouthfeel, crisp citrus acidity, and a refreshingly smooth finish.
"Interesting cup! It's tart and dare I say, a bit sour, but in a good way. Notes of stone fruit and citrus that I very much enjoyed. Brewed with a V60." (4 out of 5)
"What a great cup! The acidity and fruit notes were spot on for my tastes. Might have to buy more of this one." (5 out of 5)
"Aeropress and V60. It was a bit less acidic in the Aeropress (sat a bit longer) than the V60. Overall quite good but the acidic overtones (what I believe is described as tomato) was a bit off to me. Might be because I let this one sit a bit before brewing. " (4 out of 5)
"Absolutely loved this coffee. Very sweet and tasty. Made this coffee in my trusty Kalita pour-over and think this would be the best way to enjoy this particular coffee." (5 out of 5)
"Really enjoying this roast. Can taste the acidic tomato, but still smooth and delicious." (5 out of 5)
"V60 brewed, tomato flavor is strong and welcome. Very good coffee." (4 out of 5)
"Yummy coffee. Fruity but not too bright. Loved this in my Chemex. Would buy a bag. " (4 out of 5)