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Kenya Muranga AB 340G
Growing Altitude: 1500 – 1800 MASL
Variety: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11, Batian
Cupping Notes: Complex, Cherry, Plum, Molasses and Dry Finish, Oak Aged
Roasted: Light Medium
We love this coffee because it’s AMAZING. Layer upon layer of complexity and reason. Flavour notes that will enchant your taste buds leaving you feeling as pleased as punch. Do this one as a pour-over, drip, or even an espresso. This Kenyan is carefully curated and supervised from seed to cup. Farmers handpick the cherries; then off to the Wanjengi factory where they are sorted and judged for perfection. From there the cherry is processed and washed with water from a nearby river. The beans are then dried in the sun for 2 weeks or less depending on the weather. Kenyan coffee is well known for its high-quality beans and attention to detail. Spoil yourself and your loved ones with this sophisticated coffee… y’all deserve it!
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