Whittard Kenya Coffee
The initial smell of this coffee bodes well - the lemony twang you expect from a Kenyan - and I don't mean a marathon runner. But this is a strength TWO - which as we all know, means weak as hell. There is no such thing as a strength one - the scale starts at two - so this is as weak as it gets. And it's true - this one has all the right hints of quality that you'd look for - but just not enough of them. It's like having a quickie behind the bike sheds - alright but just not satisfying, leaving you wanting more. Your mum would like this one for sure - and I don't mean the quickie. Or maybe she would - who knows - I've not seen her in a while. We're on a trial separation. 6/10
"A rare form of coffee 'peas', complex and fruity. Inside a ripening coffee cherry nestle two twin beans, very occasionally coffee develops to form a single round 'pea' which grows to fill the cherry - hence the term 'peaberry'. These prized peas are considered to have a more developed flavour and special sieves are used to separate them from the rest of the crop. This Kenyan Peaberry is lightly roasted to preserve its piquant layered flavour with the balanced fruit acidity typical of the region."
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