Kenya Kirinyaga Kabare Kiangothe AA – 12NG0108 – 28049 – 30.0 kg Box/Vacuum Pack – SPOT SHANGHAI

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About this coffee


9731 producers organized around the Kiangothe Factory


1700 – 1900 masl


SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11, and Batian


Clay loam


Kirinyaga County, Kenya


Fully washed and dried on raised beds





Coffee Background

Perched high up in the southern foothills of Mount Kenya on rich red volcanic soil, the areas surrounding the Kiangothe factory are ideal for producing some of the finest Kenyan coffee. Individual farmers in these fertile foothills typically harvest from around 250 coffee trees on half-acre plots and deliver cherry to the Kiangothe factory, which is one of 11 factories managed by an umbrella farmers’ cooperative society (FCS) called the Kabare Farmers’ Cooperative Society. At the Kiangothe factory only the ripest cherries are delivered, and additional hand sorting and floating is done to remove less dense and damaged beans before the coffee is depulped, fermented and washed. After the coffee is washed, it’s soaked in fresh water for long periods of time to solidify the hallmark Kenyan profiles. The coffee is dried over a period of two weeks on raised beds, which are carefully constructed to ensure proper air circulation and temperature control for optimal drying. When the coffee is milled for export, the green beans are sorted by screen size and graded according to size and shape. Larger beans (17/18 screen) are labeled AA, 15/16 screen are labeled AB, and the round peaberry are labeled PB.