Machure Estate - Thika
Kenyan Arabica is grown on rich volcanic soils found in the highlands between 1,400 to 2,000 meters above sea level. Its altitude makes for a bright coffee, not for those who are adverse to acidity. Kenyan coffee is complex and can possess interesting fruit flavours of berry and citrus, some almost winey.
Kenyan Coffee: Interesting Facts and News Bites
Small cooperatives produce about 55% of Kenya's coffee crop crop while the large estates grow the rest (45%).
Kenya is the 6th largest coffee producer in Africa and the 18th in the world.
Kenya doesn't produced any certified organic coffee beans, however, use of chemicals is rare due to excellent agricultural methods employed by coffee growers.