Named for the graceful and elegant gazelle, Swara - Swahili for gazelle - will put a spring in your step. Though small, gazelles are capable of outrunning a cheetah. Like the gazelle, this quintessentially Kenyan coffee packs an impressive punch. Though coffee growing had a relatively late start in Kenya, the industry has gained and maintained a impressive reputation. Since the start of production, Kenyan coffee has been recognized for its high-quality, meticulous preparation and exquisite flavors. Most Kenyan coffees are fully washed and dried on raised beds. The country still upholds its reputation for high quality and attention to detail at its many washing stations. The best factories employ stringent sorting practices at cherry intake, and many of them have had the same management staff in place for years.