9/5/19

Bootstrap Coffee Roasters Kenya Kiandu | Review by Kaplowitz

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Bootstrap Coffee Roasters
Kenya Kiandu

ORIGIN: Tetu, Nyeri, Kenya
VARIETAL: SL-28, SL-34, Ruiru 11, Batian, K7

PROCESS: Washed
ROAST: Medium
BREW METHOD: French Press

WEBSITE: www.bootstrapcoffeeroasters.com

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NOTES:
Melons & citrus. Buttery (Olio?) body, fuzzily-so. Muskmelon/honeydew, lemon/orange pith. Heckuva complex & jaunty sip. Slurp adds a carob tick, thinly toward the finish. A bit of muted produce section peppers. Thick vegetal stalks.

Muted earthen woodsy aroma that's there on the tongue as the cup cools. Could us a tick greater balance, but not imbalanced, per se. More on the cooling cup -- lemon expands. Less balance. Flighty and tilted-wobbles toward sour. Still, a cup different 'nuff to be worthy of experiencing if its profile fits your palate, lip-smackingly tartly.

FINAL GRADE: B
A 90-100 B 80-89 C 70-79 D 60-69 F 0-59

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