We work directly and exclusively with small scale, quality-focused coffee farmers in Kenya. These small scale farmers are the cornerstones of their communities and we work hard to make sure that:
1) they are fully supported in their effort to produce the highest quality products
2) they get a fair price for their hard work, and
3) their communities continue to benefit as a result.
Boma Famers Cooperative society
This society is located at above sea level in Kericho County in Rift Valley, 80 km west of Kericho town which is home to large tea estates. Coffee growers in this region are relatively new to coffee growing and majority of farms are remnants of the colonial farmers. The cooperatives is at an altitude of between 1500-1800m above sea level, has one factory called Boma 1 and uses the washed method of processing coffee. With about 480 members, this cooperative is predominantly composed of women and delivers one of our most distinctive and celebrated coffees.
Kibano estate is a 5 acre farm located in Elegeiyo Marakwet County, Keiyo South. With rich volcanic soils it sits at an altitude of 2200m and is owned and operated by 1 family. What is unique about this coffee is that it is processed using the natural processing technique which is less common in Kenya. The processing is labor intensive and involves sun drying for 6 hours a day for 21 days, hand picking of defects with labor provided by family members. The results of this personal touch and serious attention to detail is a delightful and truly distinctive taste profile.
Gatunyo-Kigio Farmers Co-operative Society
Gatunyo-Kigio Farmers Co-operative Society was registered in 1995 and is located in Muran’ga County within Gatanga sub-county. This society collectively has 363 acres under various small-holder farmers and 4 factories where coffee is processed using the wet processing method. The Gakurari that our customers love is grown at 1650m above sea level in red loam soil.
This society was registered in November 1995 and is located in Gatiiguru sub Location, Kihumbuini division, Gatanga sub-county, Muranga county. It has approximately 2300 members and is made of four factories. The delicious Mukurwe that we have proudly offered to our customers was produced by the Mukurwe Factory with about 900 members. It is grown at an altitude of between 1650-1700m in red volcanic soils.