NEXT ROAST: WEEK OF 12/5. On the western side of Kirinyaga District in the southern part of famous Mt. Kenya, the Baragwi Co-operative Society and Guama factory operate under Rainforest Alliance standards to produce some top Kenyan coffee.
A peaberry is actually a coffee mutation or defect. Usually, a coffee cherry (in this case the drought resistant strains of SL28 and SL34) produces two beans; Here, genetics are a little off and the plant only produces one, round bean. The peaberry does indeed taste a bit different from a normally developed bean, usually a little brighter and more intense.
We are thrilled to announce that this coffee was just awarded an astounding 97 on coffee review. Here is what Ken Davids had to say about this remarkable cup:
BLIND ASSESSMENT: Luscious, deeply sweet, sumptuous...the long flavor-saturated finish is zesty...offering a surprise appearance of tropical fruit notes (coconut) that resonate for a long while. Read More...