Nearing the top of list of the world's finest Arabica coffees is Kenya AA . What is the AA you wonder?
The Coffee Board of Kenya realizes the quality of coffee they are capable of making and they have strict guidelines in place to grow the best beans possible. The AA denotes the size, shape and density of the bean.
What does this mean? It refers to the fruit acid taste structure of the typical Kenya AA coffee. Now most people, when they hear the word acid, take it as a negative. In this context it is not. But perhaps the words dry, and crisp would be more compelling. So we will use them. And let's not forget fruit, like a first growth Bordeaux or a great Cabernet from Napa Valley. So at the end of the day, Kenya coffee is best known for its berry like and frequently blueberry and black current taste.This medium roasted gourmet coffee assures a sharp acidity, a solid body and smooth winy penetrating flavour with an intense aroma.