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Kenya Peaberry is an East African Coffee noted for its small, round-shaped Coffee beans - hence the name “pea” in Kenya Peaberry. This particular medium-roasted Peaberry has an enjoyable dry note in the cup, delivering sharp flavour with every sip. Kenya is famous for its Coffee production, while Kenya Peaberry, in particular, is extremely popular around the world.
So, with literally hundreds of Kenya Peaberry Coffees to choose from, what makes our Kenya Peaberry Coffee so unique? We roast all of our Coffees using the latest state-of-the-art Neuhaus Neotec fluidised air-bed system, which primarily uses convection heat transfer to roast the beans. In doing so, our Kenya Peaberry Coffee boasts both quality and consistency.
Packed fresh to order here in our Pluckley-based factory, which is nestled away within the stunning vistas of the Kentish countryside. Don’t settle for second best. Choose our Kenya Peaberry. Choose The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company.
There is some irony surrounding the Kenyan Coffee Industry. Coffee was not grown in Kenya until 1893 when it was first introduced by the British; however, the history of Coffee began in neighbouring Ethiopia some 1,000 years before. Why it never made it across the border is nothing short of bizarre.
Nevertheless, Kenya has caught up tremendously well in recent years, with Coffee being one of the country’s most important export products. Since Kenya attained independence from Britain in 1963, the country has wasted no time in building on the foundations left behind by the former colonial power. Today, it is bigger and better than ever.
Some of the best-known Coffee-growing regions in Kenya are Ruiru, Thika, Kirinyaga, Mt Kenya West, Nyeri, Kiambu, and Muranga, with each region boasting its own distinct Coffee-growing conditions, which in turn create distinct-tasting Coffees. The Coffee Industry of Kenya involves many small farms and cooperatives, as well as some larger estates.
On average, cooperatives produce about 55% of Kenya’s Coffee while more commercial estates produce around 45%. Combined, approximately six million Kenyans work in the Industry, with most farms consisting of anywhere between 50 and 500 trees spread out over 160,000 hectares of land throughout Kenya.
The Kent and Sussex Tea and Coffee Company stock two other types of Kenyan Coffee: Kenya Blend and Kenya AA Coffee. Why not buy all three and compare? Each Kenya Coffee is as delicious as the last. And even if you choose just one, our Kenya Peaberry Coffee is an excellent starting point.
Origin: Kenya, East Africa.
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