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Teka is a floral coffee with great sweetness and fruit notes. Spiced apple cider (mulling spice) and caramel set the tone for Teka in the dry fragrance. Caramel sweetness permeates the crust, while the same sweet baking spice and creme caramel appear on the break. Apple-like brightness (malic acidity) continues to dominate the cup profile of Teka with both red apple and pear. The sweetness is more akin to Asian pear, and as the cup cools more like ripe black cherry. A darker roast level shows more of the toasted almond, caramel and cream notes with acidity more like hibiscus or rose. Teka’s finish is extremely clean and pleasantly dry like black tea. We pulled some really beautiful unblended espresso shots from it, loaded with dark berry, black currant and tea notes.
Processing: Wet Process Kenya Type
Crop: January 2013 Arrival
Appearance: .6 d/300gr, 15-18 Screen
Intensity/Prime Attribute: Medium Intensity / Strong caramelized sugar sweetness, fruited brightness
Roast: City to Full City roast levels all work well, and as a very dense high grown coffee it can go into 2nd crack with a measure of grace.