The Rosecoco rail line has been buzzing for days.
For Millennials and Generation Z, Rosecoco is the most popular type of bean sold by farmers.
But in this context, Rosecoco is used to refer to human private parts, yes, you read that right.
Kenyans are creative and somehow always come up with funny names for different body parts without sounding dirty.
Here are some things you didn’t know about Rose Coco
- Rosecoco beans are a close relative of kidney beans
- Compared to kidney beans, Rosecoco beans give the dish a creamy sauce.
- These beans are a good source of protein and contain high amounts of dietary fiber.
- When planting space should be (cm) 60×60.
- Rosecoco beans are among the varieties with the lowest production costs.
- These beans do not require special attention from the farmer apart from weeding and weeding.
- The variety is said to be highly resistant to disease and can withstand Kenya’s climate.
- Pink cocoa beans may not survive in waterlogged areas and may do poorly in sandy soils.
Regions, where these Rosecoco beans thrive in Kenya, include:
Eastern parts of the Northern Province
Rift Valley Region
Depending on your location, the price of a 90 kg bag of Rose Coconut Beans in Kenya is between Ksh. 7,000 to Ksh. 9,900.
Rosecoco records the highest price in the Kenyan market due to high demand.