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Rosetta Roastery's Kenyan coffees are not to be missed, and this latest release is just as delicious as its much-loved predecessors but with quite a unique flavour profile to enjoy.
Kenyan coffees are typically known for their big bodies, bold winey acidities and tart berry flavours, but this one is quite different from its compatriots. Its acidity is a bit more subtle, particularly in a pour-over where Kenyan coffees often display lots of brightness. Its fruit flavours are a bit deeper and sweeter, reminding us tropical and stone fruits, and even occasionally quince. It also displays some bolder flavours like tea and cocoa in some brews, and it has plenty of body in its own right.
We've particularly enjoyed this coffee in a French press, but also had very tasty results in a V60 pour-over once we hit the right parameters. It's a dense bean, and it may want to run quite long on you. Don't let it! Coarsen your grind and keep it within 3 minutes for the tastiest results.