A long-time Kuma favorite, this washed coffee from Nyeri is rich and tropical, with bright aroma of elderflower and a cane sugar sweetness.
If you like your coffee black, chances are you've already been entranced by a Kenyan roast... and if not, you're about to be. Kenyan coffees are a dream of flavor: unique among single origins with their sheer depth of flavor, their syrupy-smooth mouthfeel, their punchy, jammy fruitiness. Sometimes tart, sometimes dry, Kenyas are typically full of "purple fruit", berries and grapes and plums. You sip a Kenya, a Kenya swallows you up. I'll never forget my first Kenyan coffee. It tasted as if someone spiked my coffee with pomegranate juice. The cup opened my eyes to the range of flavors that could percolate from your morning joe.
With its syrupy-sweet tropical notes and a cap of elderflower, this fruity cocktail in your cup, breakfast is the new happy hour. Drink it with cheer!