Kenyan coffee is now reputed to be one of the finest Arabica coffee in the world and is known for it’s mellow and well-balanced taste and colour. The famed Kenya coffee auction system and its participating cooperatives continue to produce some of the world’s most elegant and distinctive coffees. Kenyan coffee is graded by size, weight and shape into 12 different grades: E, AA, AB, TT, C, PB, E, T, UG1, UG2, MH and ML. ‘AA’ is the highest grade of Kenya coffee based on bean size and freedom from physical imperfections. The famed Kenya coffee auction system and its participating cooperatives continue to produce some of the world’s most elegant and distinctive coffees.
Seven factories are ranked among the world’s best by Coffee Review, an online publication that analyses the quality of beans globally. For the past five years, Coffee Review has released its top 30 list, where the team’s editors rank the most exciting coffees from the thousands they cupped over the course of the past year. “Coffee Review’s goal, as always, is to celebrate coffee roasters, farmers and mill-owners who make an extra effort to produce coffees that are not only superb in quality but also distinctive in character,” the review team.
Coffee is available in Kenya throughout the year and usually we can ship your order within 15- 30 days.