When the traiders of all the world take a break, they often drink a beverage made with arabica beans from Kenya. The Kenyon coffees together to other characteristics flavors of (Ethyopia, Yemen and Columbia) are very dense, slightly acid, a bit vinous and very homogeneous.
Located on terraces that form the mountain slopes, shaded by banana trees, coffee plantations in Kenya are a spectacular feature of landscape. The quality and the absolute authenticity of origin, are guaranteed by the company of arabica , which selects for his line the best arabica coffee from all over the world. This particular quality arabica grows at about 2000 meters above sea level. The double "A" designation indicates the size of the grains, higher than the average.
The Ethiopian coffee arrived to Kenya in the nineteenth century, but just later it began marketing. After the indipendence of the country numerous plantations run by europeans were divided and redistributed to landless paesants who, throughout history, have become experts coffee farmers.