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AA Top Masai

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Kenya

Kenya AA Top Masai

washed

A coffee with fresh acidity and a light body with notes of tropical fruits and clementine.

Plus 7% VAT

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All the facts about our Kenya AA Top Masai

Region Mount Kenya
Producer Josra
Variety Various
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Category Regional
Harvest from November to March
Shipping from February to June
Unit GrainPro Sack à 60kg

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Orange Zest
Floral
Black Currant
Tomato

Kenya

AA Top Masai

washed

There are two harvesting seasons in Kenya. The main harvest takes places between April and
November (60% of total harvest.) The second harvest takes place between December and July,
and reaches 40% of the total volume.
In Kenya exporters do not buy the coffee from cooperatives or plantations directly but in auctions
that are held by the state every couple of weeks.
This coffee is a special selection prepared in the region of Meru in the eastern part of Mount
Kenya.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Kenya

Mountain

Varieties

Boubon, Ruiru, SL-28+SL-34, K7

Processing methods

washed

Altitude range

1500 – 2100 masl

Harvest

October - March

Total yearly production

730.000 60kg bags 2022/23

Coffees from Kenya

The first plants came from Ethiopia in the 19th century, but it was not until the beginning of the 20th century that french missionaries introduced the valuable Bourbon plants.

Main production areas: Mount Kenya, Kigumo, Nyeri District, Kirinyaga, Ruiru Region, Kiambu Region

Export bag size: 60kg

Total number of coffee farmers: about 500.000 small farmer – about 500+ co-operatives.

Region Mount Kenya
Producer Josra
Variety Various
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Harvest from November to March
Shipping from February to June
Unit GrainPro Sack à 60kg
A coffee with fresh acidity and a light body with notes of tropical fruits and clementine.

There are two harvesting seasons in Kenya. The main harvest takes places between April and
November (60% of total harvest.) The second harvest takes place between December and July,
and reaches 40% of the total volume.
In Kenya exporters do not buy the coffee from cooperatives or plantations directly but in auctions
that are held by the state every couple of weeks.
This coffee is a special selection prepared in the region of Meru in the eastern part of Mount
Kenya.