Counter Culture Coffee
|Durham, North Carolina
Rich, deep, intense, with the dry fruit robustness of a cabernet and the tartly sweet black currant notes so cherished by lovers of Kenya. In the finish swoons into a ringing, almost sugary sweetness.
Rich, deep, intense, with the dry fruit robustness of a cabernet and the tartly sweet black currant notes so cherished by lovers of Kenya. As the millennium ends Kenya remains the consensus finest origin of coffee 's 600-or-so years delighting human faculties. This Kenya is the deep, red-wine-toned fruit kind.
Who Should Drink It
Refined yet sturdy, surprising yet inevitable, a treasure from the old millennium and an afterdinner coffee to usher in the new.
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This review originally appeared in the December, 1999 tasting report: Coffees of the Millennium