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Kenya AA Docha
Origin: Kiambu County
Altitude: 1740 – 1750 MASL
In the Cup: Apricot. Black currants. Lime.
Brew these ones up in your chosen filter brewing gadget to experience the juicy sweetness these beans have to offer.
These Kenya AA Docha coffee beans are available right here, right now from your local Perth coffee roastery.
You’ll experience mouth watering layers of flavour with their combination of sweet and acidic notes. Read further to see what everyone in Perth is talking about.
Although a neighbour to Ethiopia (where coffee originated), Kenya’s coffee board wasn’t established until 1933. However, when Kenya found its footing within the coffee industry they made a big impact. The region’s coffee knowledge grew rapidly seeing their flavours become more and more complex. Sold globally, Kenyan coffee beans are now a much-loved favourite by us coffee snobs.
The Kiambu Country is located in the former Central Province of Kenya. The region has an average rainfall of 1200mm and a mean temperature of 26 degrees. Long rains begin around April with the colder weather rising after July.
Recently, the Kiambu county government has boosted coffee production by distributing needed materials and resources to farms. Agronomists even visited the farms to assist in developing the best methods for increasing the quality of the coffee cherries and the production of the crops. Sharing of information amongst the coffee growers is encouraged by the government to assist in the advancement of production. This has proven to further increase Kenya’s coffee growing with a growing amount of coffee exports.
Kenya has one of the most strictest approaches to selecting the coffee cherries. When you have a cup of Kenyan coffee you’ll taste this through it’s juicy flavour notes and exciting complexity.
Grown in supreme coffee growing conditions, it’s easy to say these Kenya AA coffee beans are well looked after.
Mr. Jeoffery Gathogo Karugondo is the owner of the 23 acres farm, where he is growing 120,000 coffee bushes and currently producing an average of 60,000 kilos of cherry.
These coffee cherries have had the luxury of growing at an altitude of 1740-1750 MASL and in rich Red Loam soil. This has lead to an impressive 10.4% moisture content in the beans and a 72.1 kg/hl bean density hence the grading of them as “AA.”
These Kenyan coffee beans exhibit beautiful flavour notes of apricot, black currants and lime. Enjoy these ones best in your cup of filter so you can experience the juiciness present in each bean.
We feel very lucky to have these Kenya AA Docha coffee beans at our Perth coffee roastery. Such a delicious treat that we’re excited to share with you.
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