Kenya is located below the equator in Southern Africa. Top-grade Arabic beans are cultivated there. The beans are fleshy and round and categorized into 7 different grades according to their respective sizes. In terms of their taste, there are 6 different grades by convention. In coffee appreciation, "Kenya AA" had raving reviews with its slightly acidic aroma and was a crowd favorite among Europeans, especially the British. Kenyan coffee has even surpassed Costa Rican coffee to become one of the most popular coffees.
Description of taste: Balanced sourness within which a unique flavor is expressed, Extraordinary tangerine scent that enables it to have a red wine texture and allows a sweetness to trail towards the end, Rich in aroma and fruitiness allowing this coffee selection to have a splendid taste similar to that of floral or fruit teas.