Green apple & candied ginger

Sold out. When I think of a great Kenyan coffee, I think of a really crisp malic (apple like) acidity. This delicious coffee has tonnes of it.

The Kii Factory (wetmill) is one out of three wet mills of the “Rungeto Cooperative Society” in Kirinyaga in Central Kenya. Kirinyaga is located on the slopes of Mount Kenya and together with the neighbouring region Nyeri it’s known for coffees with most intense, complex, and flavor-dense cup profiles worldwide. It is made up of mainly smallholder farms, each with some 100 trees. The farmers are organized in Cooperative Societies that acts as umbrella organizations for the Factories (wetmills), where the smallholders deliver their coffee cherries for processing.

Kirinyaga has a mix of smallholders and block holders with small to medium farms. The ones that don’t have their own processing equipment delivers cherries to their local Cooperative. Most coffees are grown under shade from Gravelia and Muringa Alloevella trees. Many of the farmers are surrounded by several wetmills. They are free to choose where they want to deliver their cherries as members. Due to the traditional auction system in Kenya, quality is rewarded with higher prices. The better factories will then attract more farmers by producing coffee getting the highest prices, as well as giving high payback rate to the farmers. This can in some cases be about 90% of the sales price after the cost of marketing and preparation is deducted.

  • Kenya

  • Kirinyaga

  • Rungeto Cooperative Society

  • Kii Factory

  • SL-34, SL-28, K7, Ruiru

  • AB

  • Washed

  • 1600-1800 masl

  • 2018

  • Nordic Approach

  • 127,85kr per kg

  • Light (ideal for filter & french press brewing)

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