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Coffee from Kenya
Kenya…producer of one of the world’s top 5 best coffees
Kenyan coffee’s taste profile is complex. It can possess interesting fruity flavors with notes of berry and citrus, some almost winey. Compared to Ethiopian coffee, Kenyan coffee is said to be much brighter and higher in acidity. All Kenyan coffee is Arabica coffee grown on the rich volcanic soil that is found in the highlands of the country. The acidic soil offers just the right amount of sunlight and rainfall provide excellent conditions for growing coffee plants. Coffee from Kenya is of the ‘Colombia mild’ type and is well known for its intense flavor, full body, and pleasant aroma. Kenyan coffee is one of the most sought-after coffees in the world. (source)
As of 2020, Kenya had the third largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa, coming behind Nigeria and South Africa.
The major coffee-growing regions in Kenya are located around Mount Kenya. This area includes the Aberdare Range, Kisii, Nyanza, Bungoma, Nakuru, Kericho, and Machakos and Taita hills, in Eastern and coast provinces, respectively. Today around 250,000 Kenyans are employed in the production of coffee. The majority of the country’s coffee (around 55 percent) is produced by upwards of 600,000 smallholders. The smallholders are organised into several hundred cooperatives. The rest of the country’s production is by medium and large estates. Many of them run their own wet- and sometimes dry-mills.
Masai Mara Nature Reserve is best-known for the Great Wildebeest Migration when, every year, more than a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope migrate clockwise around the Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem.
Kenya is one of the world’s leading safari destinations. It’s where you’ll find Africa’s second highest mountain, and it’s home to one of the world’s most visible natural cycles; the Great Wildebeest Migration. Furthermore, Kenya’s known for its world record-breaking athletes, rich biodiversity and financial services. As of 2020, Kenya had the third largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa, coming behind Nigeria and South Africa.