Kenya is a country known very well for its exporting of coffee. Agriculture employs over 75% of Kenyas citizens and coffee and tourism are the two biggest industries in the country.

Known for its consistently rich flavor along with a deep, wine-like acidity and pleasant aroma, Kenyan coffee beans have distinctly bright taste with complex tones of fruit and berry.

There are four species of coffee that are grown and sold commercially from Africa. Coffee was introduced to Kenya in 1893 when missionaries imported bourbon coffee to the country. All of the best coffee from the country was exported, and the Kenyans never knew that they had the best quality coffee in the world as all the coffee they had grown was centrally processed and marketed.

As Kenya has the perfect environment for growing coffee and farmers put a lot of hard work into pruning, harvesting and processing the beans therefore making very high quality coffee. One of the very exquisite coffee and pastry cafes in Nairobi is Artcaffé. With eight locations in Nairobi all venues please visitors. The music, outdoor balconies and stunning art make it a gorgeous place to enjoy high quality coffee.

Another cafe in the town is The Bronze Roof cafe. With multiple stunning pieces of bronze art surrounding you whilst enjoying your coffee, this is the perfect place to stop for a meal. A gorgeous garden collaborates with the art to make this place a perfect tranquil experiences for those who choose to go.

The Bronze Roof Café, Kifaru Ln, Langata Rd., Nairobi, Kenya, +254 71920 4834


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