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The fragrance from the dry grounds has a strong sweetness as well as more fruited character than the AA, I noted. There is blackberry, raw cane sugar (just a hint of molasses), and a suggestion of root beer. The wet aromatics have complex fruited tones, blackberry, plum preserves, and concord grape notes. The cup is intense, bright, and takes the tongue for a turn. The brightness has a combined red and black currant acidity to it, with ripe fruit notes headed toward a wine-like aspect. The sweetness from the AB is more rounded and rustic than it's sister lot, the AA grade. But it gives a supremely juicy character to the coffee that reinforces the berry flavors, and pairs well with the mouthfeel. This is textbook "jammy" coffee. As it cools, plum and flame grape notes emerge. The sweetness is like muscavado sugar, raw, unprocessed, with vanilla and caramel hints. It's a fantastic cup.
Region: Mukurwe-ini, Nyeri District
Processing: Wet Process Kenya Type
Crop: November 2012 Arrival
Appearance: .4 d/300gr, 15-16 screen
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Bold Intensity / Jammy fruit notes, intense brightness and sweetness
Roast: City+ to Full City roast will develop the sugars in the coffee, and maintain the bright fruited accent flavors