- Origin: Arabica coffee from Kenya and Indonesia Java coffee
Dark brown foam. Strong aroma, sweet and a bit chocolate-y. From the smell it may appear as a dark roast but it’s light at the taste instead.
Bitterness and a good mouthful are the first things to be noticed. A bright acidity is present in the aftertaste and when drank cold or not very hot. Cherries, peaches and citrus notes make up the acidity part of this blend. A vague saltiness is also present.
Hints of chocolate, weak crema. As an iced coffee is wildly acidic, with a thinner body, possessing weak bitterness with roasted qualities in the aftertaste only.
A contrasting cup of coffee, as one’d expect from the blend of Kenyan and Indonesian coffee: one donates the acidity and fruity notes, the latter the chocolate and medium-heavy body. Hot is more balanced, drank cold the acidic side takes the precedence.