Kenya Blue Mountain

Kenya uses a grading system for all its exported coffee, regardless of whether the lot is traceable or not. The grading system uses a combination of bean size and quality. They assume that quality is linked to the size of the bean. AB grade is a combination of A (6.8 mm) and B (6.2 mm). This grade accounts for around thirty percent of Kenya`s annual production.

Altitude: 1,500 – 2,100 m.
Harvest: November – February (main Crop 80 %) and June – July (Fly Crop 20 %).
Varieties: Typica and SL28.
Taste profile: Kenyan coffees are renowned for their bright, complex berry/fruit qualities as well as their sweetness and intense acidity.