Africa, more specifically East Africa, produces some of the world's most distinctive coffees characterised by vivid floral, fruit, and wine tones with rich acidity. All in all, African coffee beans are packed with taste!
A blend of African and Brazilian coffees that, when combined, offer deep earth notes and a very heavy body making this blend perfect for Cold Brew coffee.
Cold brew coffee is a special blend of unique coffee beans that offer deep earth tones. Similar to tea, cold brew coffee is steeped, and once finished the grounds are filtered out. This offers a concentrated coffee, well balanced and bold, that is often consumed by mixing with milk or just water, served over ice. Cold brew coffee uses prolonged time for brewing, unlike hot coffee, which extracts the oils, sugars and caffeine from the beans. This results in a coffee drink that is less acidic (making it popular with people who have sensitive stomachs) and it's also less bitter than hot coffee. Cold brew coffee is a dark French roast and the grounds are very coarse. It's easy to make, even with a couple mason jars and a filter, or with a coffee maker made specifically for cold brew. YouTube also shows many methods of making cold brew coffee at home with items already in your kitchen.
African Kahawa Blend Coffee is a very complex medium-dark roast of bright full flavor African grown coffees. Enjoy hints of toffee, caramel, chocolate, raisins, green apples, red fruits and even hints of cherries and black currant with a soft floral finish. Coffee cherries are often processed by hand at the home of the farmers after being hand picked. Quality standards are high and farmers adhere to these strict standards with environmentally friendly processing, washing the beans and leaving in the sun to dry, then hand sorting and packaging.