Roasts

Coffee Roasting Is Both An Art And A Science. Roasting brings out the aroma and flavor that is locked inside the green coffee beans. The perfect roast is always a personal choice, so go ahead, and pick your brew.

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Kenya AA Kianjuki Estates

SKU SG005
$16.00
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Kenya AA coffee nears the top of the list of the world’s finest Arabica bean coffees. This premium coffee is grown in elevations between 5,000 and 6,500 feet on fertile, volcanic soil. Of all the African coffees, Kenya AA has the fullest body with flavorful, berry tones. It also displays a gentle floral aroma as well as a mild chocolate undertone and citrus notes. The cup has a clean finish with a lingering flavor.

Single-origin coffee is coffee grown within a single known geographic origin. Single-origins can offer unique characteristics and specific tastes when compared to blended coffees from multiple origins.

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Light Roast

Light roast coffee is a light brown color and has no oil on the surface of the beans. These coffees typically have a crisp acidity, a mellow body, and bright flavors. These coffees are roasted in order to preserve the unique characteristics of the bean.


Medium Roast

Medium roast coffee is a brown color and rarely has an oily surface. These coffees have a medium acidity and body, as well as a rounded flavor profile. Roasting to this level also preserves many of the unique flavors of the coffee’s origin, but it also begins to reach into the deep caramel sweetness of a longer roast.


DARK ROAST

Dark Roast coffees are dark brown, even close to a blackened color. The beans are characterized by drawn-out oil that glosses the surface. Coffee made from a Dark Roast has a robust, full body. The flavors from the coffee’s country of origin are almost entirely roasted out, taking on a very bold and smoky taste.


Decaf

Decaf is short for decaffeinated coffee. It’s coffee from coffee beans that have had at least 97% of their caffeine removed. There are many ways to remove caffeine from coffee beans. Most of them include water, organic solvents, or carbon dioxide.