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Have you ever tried Kenya AA coffee?

Where Kenya Coffee AA come from? This not originally from Kenya but the capital city of Kenya. This area is which Kenyan coffee-growing developed.

Kenya AA is one of coffee grown in Kenya and it’s graded after milled. Can you believe that? Grades given after assigned based on the screen size of the bean.

Do you know that Size of 17 or 18 (17/64 or 18/64 of an inch) are called grade AA. The largest bean and considered to be a sign of quality coffee. This is important to note that one of the many factors in determining high-quality coffee.

Credit : Jeff Lee

The major coffee-growing regions in Kenya are the high plateaus around Mt. Kenya, the Aberdare Range, Kisii, Nyanza, Bungoma, Nakuru, Kericho and to a smaller scale in Machakos and Taita hills in Eastern and Coast provinces respectively.

How the taste ?

Kenya AA Coffee is most balanced and complex coffee in the world, arguably second best coffee country in the world.

Kenya AA is the best quality and biggest beans that kenya can offer and also, it should have strong, wine toned acidity (no acidity at all? that is very strange. because Kenya coffee grows in very high altitude, higher than Guatemala, for refined strong acidity). Kenya’s coffee does not have Bold body. it is known for medium body yet with again very complex dimensions.

‘How’s this guy tasting quince, toasted almond, slightly burnt cherry, dark chocolate, and molasses in a single cup of coffee.’

Kenya AA is considered to be one of the best coffee in the world. (personally, Ethiopian and Kenyan are my top two picks, all time)

Since the coffee grows such a high elevation, the beans grow very slowly which result most balanced and complex flavors. Very powerful “wine” toned acidity with sweet fruit notes. The body is normally “medium” (but it helps to roast slightly darker to make it bit “heavier” body).

There are many experts rated Kenya coffee AA as #2 best coffee in the world. Also one of Big 10 the most expensive coffee. Do you interesting to try this coffee?

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