Kenya is Arabica country which is considered in the top 5 most sought-after coffee in the world. Its intense flavor, full body, and pleasant aroma with notes of cocoa and high-grade coffee makes it a favorite for world experts around the world.
Kenya produces over 900,000 bags of Coffee yearly of which most are exported.
Known for their potent sweetness and powerful character, Kenya coffee tasting notes indicate it has a resonant cup presence, exhibiting intense flavors with a distinct winey richness and dry, winey aftertaste similar to Ethiopian Harrar yet with more of a full-bodied richness than Ethiopian coffees.
A good Kenya coffee is vibrant yet clean and crisp, not subtle or delicate, and typically very well -balanced. Notes of lemony citrus may be present, even pepper, along with tones of blackberry. The aftertaste of a Kenya coffee may be quite dry with a lemony zest to it, or perhaps winey.
Known for its consistently rich flavor along with a deep, wine-like acidity and pleasant aroma, Kenya coffee beans have distinctly bright taste with complex tones of fruit and berry.
Kenya is perhaps the planet’s most consistent producer of world -class premium gourmet coffees.
- Harvest Period:November – December
- Milling Process:Fully Washed, Sun Dried on Raised Beds
- Aroma:Fresh, Floral
- Flavor:Bergamot, Berries, Lemongrass
- Body:Rich, Heavy
- Bag Size: 60 Kg
Kenya Coffee Grades:
- Grade C
- Grade HE
- Grade T
- Grade E
- Grade AA
- Grade AB
- Grade PB
- Grade TT
Most popular Kenya varieties:
- SL 28
- SL 34
- Ruiru 11