Kenya Peaberry Coffee | 1 lb (16 oz) | Twiga Coffee
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The Kenya Peaberry coffee has a reputation of having an intense flavor profile. The Peaberry coffee bean is unique in that it is one rounded bean instead of the typical two half beans that we commonly associate with coffee. The difference in bean structure enables the coffee to develop the complex flavors associated with it. Grown on the rich volcanic soils of Kenya, with elevations above 6,600 feet above sea level. The extremely high elevations enable the coffee beans to grow slower which in turn means that the beans can absorb more nutrients and develop a richer flavor.
Tasting Note: Full body with sharp acidity and sweet berry notes such as black current flavor.
Roast Type: Medium
Size: 16 Ounces
Twiga Coffee offers Kenya Peaberry Coffee in a Premium Single Origin selection. This is a wonderful medium roast coffee that comes as a whole bean. Grind according to your specific brewing style or preference. Brew Kenya Peaberry Coffee beans for a unique type of coffee drinking experience.
Peaberry, meaning “snail” in Spanish, is a special type of coffee bean. These are smaller coffee beans than the average Arabica coffee bean at the markets. The bean of a coffee cherry normally divides into halves. However, for five percent of coffee beans, this is not the case.
If you compare the peaberry to other standard-issue coffee beans, you notice the coffee beans are flatter because they are split into two halves. The coffee bean comes out round and whole, and thus a peaberry is born.
These are mutations in the coffee bean that are lovely and rare. Buying Kenya Peaberry Coffee by Twiga Coffee gives you the chance to savor the interesting flavors of this premium coffee berry. Our Kenyan Peaberry Coffee is a Kenya Arabica variety. Flavors include black current and sweet berries with a sharp acidity.
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