Marks and Spencer Kenyan Coffee
Despite all the bold claims on the back of the packet that this is "Bursting with delicious citrus notes" it's not quite true. OK it does have a lemony twang to it - but somehow it just tastes a bit cheap - like stirring a spoon of Lift into an averagely drinkable coffee. It's still nice enough, and the coffee taste hangs around in your mouth after you've glugged it. But in the end, the citrus twist just isn't enough to elevate this thing. Maybe it's because it's a strength 3 which us judges cannot cope with. If this had a bit more grunt, it'd be there. So, if you want a kiddie-level introduction to Kenyan Coffee, this one will probably do you well - it's rated a 12A, or a (6/10)
"Kenyan coffee is recognised by many as the best in the world and in 2006 Marks & Spencer worked with two cooperatives to help them become the first Fairtrade growers in Kenya. The rich, fertile soil and the shade of other food crops such as banana, are factors that result in the lively flavours this coffee is so famous for. Bursting with delicious citrus notes, this 'Kenyan sunshine in a cup' really is the ultimate breakfast coffee to start the day with."