KENYA LION KING KISII COFFEE

Kenya Lion King Kisii Coffee
As low as £9.00
No collection of coffee would be complete without a prizewinning offering from Kenya. Recently, coffee from this co-operative won the Specialty Coffee Association’s Blind Cupping Competition, scoring 98 out of 100. Some notes on the flavours when medium roasted included: Vibrant grape acidity, sugar cane sweetness, tropical fruit, pineapple, blackcurrant, mandarin, orange, nectarine, apricot, stone fruit, brown sugar, rhubarb, pink grapefruit, rose florals, lime, milk chocolate, nectarine, black tea, honey and fresh cherry. Our Kenya coffee is grown by the smallholder farmers of the Bisembe co-operative in Kisii County, a mountainous region of western Kenya famed for evergreen farms.
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No collection of coffee would be complete without a prizewinning offering from Kenya. At its best, it could be argued that it surpasses any coffee in the world so this should not be confused with the country’s more ordinary coffee. It is without a doubt, the finest aroma of any coffee due to its immense, blackcurrant acidity. It delivers value for money for the aroma alone! Recently, coffee from this co-operative won the Specialty Coffee Association’s Blind Cupping Competition, scoring 98 out of 100. Some notes on the flavours when medium roasted included: Vibrant grape acidity, sugar cane sweetness, tropical fruit, pineapple, blackcurrant, mandarin, orange, nectarine, apricot, stone fruit, brown sugar, rhubarb, pink grapefruit, rose florals, lime, milk chocolate, nectarine, black tea, honey and fresh cherry. Our Kenya coffee is grown by the smallholder farmers of the Bisembe co-operative in Kisii County, a mountainous region of western Kenya famed for evergreen farms. Kisii records one of the highest rainfalls in the country thanks to its positioning in the Lake Victoria basin and the forested Gusii Highlands. With its mild climate, fertile land and picturesque undulating hills, this area resembles the Jamaican Blue Mountains. The bushes on which the coffee is grown are largely the Blue Mountain varietal, and the area shares a similar high altitude at well over 6,000 feet.

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