Known among coffee enthusiasts to have a bright, "acidic" flavor. Kenyan coffee beans are wet-processed and the Kenyan coffee bean grade is designated by the size of the coffee bean

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Kenyan Arabica is grown on rich volcanic soils found in the highlands places above sea level. It is an established fact the finest Arabic coffee in the world is grown in Kenya. This means quality is rewarded, and the careful consumer can also be rewarded with great coffee. The coffee varieties grown in Kenya are often Bourbon types with alpha-numerical names, all beginning "SL". This stands for Scott Laboratories, the developer of the strains .

The flavor of Kenyan coffee

 Known among coffee enthusiasts to have a bright, "acidic" flavor.
Coffee from Kenya has a distinctly bright acidity and potent sweetness with a dry winy aftertaste.  Among the best Kenya coffee, one can find intoxicating black-currant flavor and aroma, Kenyan coffee beans are auctioned in Nairobi. one of the best coffee crops.
Chemical testing should occur in the next several years to determine which components are absent and which components are producing off flavors.

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Kenyan coffee beans are wet-processed and the Kenyan coffee bean grade is designated by the size of the coffee bean

The coffee industry of Kenya is noted for its cooperative system of milling, marketing, and auctioning coffee, and for its high percentage of production from small farms.

Medium-bodied Kenya has layers of flavor, from black currant or blackberry to sweet, tropical fruit. The coffee is prized for its bright and refreshing quality.
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 Today Kenyan coffee is a major export crop and provides jobs and security in an impoverished nation. Medium-bodied Kenya has layers of flavor, from black currant or blackberry to sweet, tropical fruit. The coffee is prized for its bright and refreshing quality.

The coffee varieties grown in Kenya are often Bourbon types with alpha-numerical names, all beginning "SL". This stands for Scott Laboratories, the developer of the strains . Despite the Bourbon heritage, usually a shade grown variety, most Kenyan coffee is grown in sun. The climate in the Kenyan highlands often makes shade unnecessary.

PB - Round beans usually one in a cherry.
AA - Large beans (&.20 mm screen)
AB - This grade is a combination of A and B (6.80 mm screen)
C - Smaller bean than B
E - Elephants. The largest beans.
TT - Any light coffee blown away from all grades including ears mostly from elephants.
T - The smallest and thinnest beans mostly broken and faulty.