Kenyan Coffee New

Kenyan coffee is known for its high quality and unique flavor profile. The volcanic soil and high elevation of Mount Kenya provide ideal growing conditions for the coffee plants. Kenyan coffee is grown on small farms, averaging half an acre in size, which allows for individual attention to be given to each plant. The region also operates on a cooperative system of trade, which allows for the production of high-quality, large beans with an intense aroma. Kenyan coffee is full-bodied and well-balanced, with a pleasant fruity aftertaste that is often compared to wine. It is a must-try for any coffee connoisseur.

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