Kenya AA Marumi Society
Process: Fully washed then dried on raised beds
Roast Level: Medium
Flavor Profile: Kenyan coffees are well known for their rich, bold flavor with a wine-like acidity and bright fruit notes. This coffee has all of these characteristics and is full of complex fruity flavors such as lime, apricot and green apple.
What does the AA mean? All Kenyan coffee is graded according to size. AA means that this is a larger than normal coffee size. This coffee goes through a Grade 18 screen but does not go through a Grade 16 screen.
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