Kenyan Coffee with Sweet and Syrupy Flavours
Kenyan coffee beans are known for having a compelling sweetness and potent character. These coffee beans are grown on rich volcanic soils found in the highlands between 1400 to 2000 meters above sea level. Kenyan coffee is known to be one of the finest Arabic coffee in the world due to their growing conditions.
Our Kenyan coffee beans are no exemption highlighting uniquely sweet, syrupy and full-bodied notes. These single origin beans are 100% premium Arabica beans from Kenya. They are available in a 1 lb bag and come in a medium or espresso roast.
Choose Your Grind
We offer many different grind types for your coffee beans so that it can be ready to use as soon as you receive it (pre-ground).
Unsure of which grind to pick? We have made this super handy grinder chart that breaks down all of the different types of grinds and what types of brewers they are optimal for. For best practices consider using a coarse to medium grind for a french press and pour over coffee makers where as a fine grind for stovetop espresso makers.
Types of Coffee Roasts: Medium Roast
There are a variety of different ways a coffee bean can be roasted and each type of roast will affect the taste of your morning up of coffee. Its important to consider different coffee roasts before you decide which coffee bean you purchase.
Medium roast coffee beans, such as the Kenyan Special Medium Roast, are more a balanced flavour and acidity than a light roast. A medium roast coffee is slightly sweeter than a light roast but is not as sweet as a dark roast (which tends to have an almost chocolatey flavour profile to it).
100% Arabica Coffee Beans
Arabica beans are known for their smoother and sweeter flavour.
Some coffee experts say the coffee taste has hints of chocolate to it. Because of the arabica coffee plant’s higher natural sugar content, it offers a more balanced flavour with less bitterness.
These coffee beans are a fantastic option if you are looking to get 100% arabica coffee beans Canada.
How to Store Your Coffee Beans
Fresh coffee beans require a bit more care than instant coffee – but the payoff is a fantastic cup of coffee. To keep your coffee beans fresh for as long as possible, we recommend storing them in an opaque, air-tight container. We do not recommend storing them in a freezer, as this creates moisture and alters the taste of the beans. Instead, it’s best to store your coffee in a dark cool location away from light to preserve the beans.
Our Safe Water Project
Approximately 783 million people don’t have access to safe water. We’re on a mission to reduce that number and give people in need this basic necessity that we often take for granted.
That’s why, for every pound of this coffee sold, we provide 50+ days of safe water to someone in need through our GROSCHE Safe Water Project. #EveryCupFillsAnother