Kibugu Kenya Coffee
I’m having one of those days when I thought I took a picture of the coffee I’m reviewing today and either I never took it or I somehow deleted it. Which is it? Who knows? Nonetheless, my sister Julie gave me a bag of Lexington Coffee Roasters Kibugu coffee from Kenya for Christmas, you’ll have to take my word for it without photographic evidence. It turned out to be a very similar coffee to the Craft Coffee SL 34, SL 28 that I got from my friend Jen and reviewed here. Both bags of beans were from Kenya and both were very nicely roasted and delicious. However, I have to give Lexington Coffee a slight edge because the currant flavor is definitely there at the finish. The Craft Coffee finish was good, but I wouldn’t describe it as currant. Apparently, I’m not the only one who liked the Kibugu because the rating you see above is what it received from Coffee Review. Delicious. You should buy a bag. Actually, you should buy a bag from both roasters and compare them for yourself. That would be fun and delicious. Meanwhile, I will do a better job of keeping up with my photos such as they are.
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