Kenya, Rift Valley
Origin: Kenya, Kabngetuny Farmers Co-operative Society, "Rift Valley"
Variety: Ruiru 11,Batian,K7,SL 28 & SL 34
Altitude: 2200 MASL
Process: Hand-picked, wet fermented, fully washed and sun dried on elevated beds
Soils: Volcanic soils rich in organic matter
Rainfall: 1400mm Average annual rainfall
Harvest: April- August: Fly crop, September- January: Main crop
- Buttery dark chocolate
- Black pepper spice
- Rich, brothy molasses
Kabngetuny farmers’ co-operative society ltd was registered on 27th June, 1985 by the ministry of co-operative development.
The society is located in Chepkechei Sub-Location, Kipteres Location and Chilchila Division of Kipkelion District in Kericho County, in Rift Valley, surrounded by the scenic beauty of Nandi hills and beauty environment of Mau forest with an altitude of 2000m above the sea level.
Kabngetuny farmers’ co-operative society’s mission is to empower its mostly female members to produce high quality coffee that meets international standards.
This society has one factory, the Kabngetuny Factory.
*Our preferred brewing method for this coffee is Chemex with a 1:12.5 coffee to water ratio