It has become quite evident that the hashtag Rosecoco has been trending for several days now.
For millennials and Gen Z, Rosecoco is a type of bean that is primarily sold by agrovets. However, in the current context, Rosecoco is being utilized to refer to human genitalia. It may come as a surprise, but Kenyans are known for their creativity in finding witty names to refer to different body parts without sounding vulgar.
Here are some interesting facts about Rose Coco that you may not have known:
Rosecoco beans are a close relative of Red Kidney Beans and offer a much creamier sauce than Kidney Beans when cooked. These beans are an excellent source of protein and high in dietary fiber. When planting Rosecoco beans, a spacing of 60x60cm is recommended. This bean is known for having low production costs and does not require any special attention from farmers other than planting and weeding. Rosecoco beans have a high disease resistance rating and adapt well to the climatic conditions found in Kenya. It is worth noting that Rosecoco beans may not survive in waterlogged areas and may perform poorly in sandy soils. Regions where these beans thrive in Kenya include Western, Central, Nyanza, Eastern, and some parts of the Northern and Rift Valley regions. Depending on the region, a 90kg bag of Rose coco beans in Kenya can range in price from Ksh. 7,000 to Ksh. 9,900. Due to the high demand for Rosecoco beans in the Kenyan market, they often fetch the highest prices.
In conclusion, while the hashtag Rosecoco has been trending for other reasons, the bean is a nutritious and cost-effective option for farmers in Kenya.