Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.
Kenya Peaberry Coffee is a small, round-shaped Kenya Coffee from the East African country of the same name.
The “Pea” in “Peaberry” refers to the size of the beans. However, what it arguably lacks in proportions, it makes up for in its extraordinary taste.
When brewed, this medium roasted Coffee has a bold, sharp flavour with a slightly sweet note - a delight from start to finish.
What’s more, we can confidently guarantee the finest quality and consistency when it comes to making a cup of Kenya Peaberry Coffee. This is because we pack it, as well as all of almost all of our Tea and Coffee products, fresh to order.
Why not try it and buy it right here with The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company? You won’t be disappointed by all it has to offer.
Kenya Peaberry Tasting Notes and History
The history of Coffee in its entirety began in Ethiopia many hundreds of years ago. You might be surprised to hear, then, that the country’s neighbour, Kenya, only began commercially producing Coffee Beans in 1893.
This former British colony attained independence in 1963, at which point the Kenyan government expanded Coffee cultivation dramatically.
Today, small farms and cooperatives make up around 55% of Kenya’s Coffee all in all. The remaining 45% is the product of larger, privately-owned estates.
Yet, Kenya Peaberry Coffee Beans - known for being sweet and unmistakably flavoursome - remain relatively rare compared to others.
Should you buy Kenya Peaberry Ground Coffee from us, as a result, then you’re opting for a real gem.
How Much Caffeine in Kenya Peaberry Coffee?
Caffeine is a stimulating chemical compound found in around 60 plants. This includes Tea (Camellia sinensis), cocoa (Theobroma cacao) and, of course, Coffee (Coffea).
With these Coffee Beans UK, in particular, you can expect anywhere between 100 to 150-mg of caffeine in coffee per 8-oz cup. That should be more than enough to get you out of bed in the morning - while at the same time tasting great.
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