Duhingekawa Women’s Cooperative

This is a nice, but not quite typical Kenya.  I brewed a batch in a French Press yesterday, roasted Full City 5 days previous.  There was a definite sweetness there, and a hint of the typical Kenyan citrus, like fresh orange.  The sweetness was accented by hints of chocolate and a touch of what I detected to be similar to anise.  Quite nice indeed!

Solo Deo Gloria,

Jason

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  2. Sheridan says:

    Yea, that Peru Norte Especial seems to do well from my popper, and not as easy in a gene cafe. You can do it in the gene, but it’s fragile – don’t go too long or too hot. At the right adjustment, I got a pronounced carmel taste with neat spice aroma. Cool Coffee.

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