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BLOOD ORANGE, BOYSENBERRY, COLA, STICKY

We are super excited to welcome these little ones back to our offer list!

One of our favourite coffees of the year. Rich, sweet & jammy. Cracking as espresso, french press or however you brew your juice!

Kiangundo is a washing station in Nyeri County owned by the Kiama Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Society (FCS). Sitting at 1,800 masl, Kiangundo is surrounded by an 8,000 hectare conservancy of montane forest and marshland. Managed by Jackson Mahu Kooro, the washing station receives cherries from 615 cooperative members who grow coffee nearby.

Kenya uses a grading system for all its exportable coffee lots. The grading system is based on the size and assumed quality of the bean. This delicious lot is peaberry (PB) grade and is easily defined by the physical characteristics of the bean, where a single bean has grown inside a cherry instead of a pair.

Some say these beans are sweeter but we love them either way!


REGION: Central Kenya

COUNTY: Nyeri

FACTORY: Kiangundo

FARMERS COOPERATIVE SOCIETY: Kiama FCS

FARMERS: 800 Smallholder Producers

ELEVATION: 1,750-1,850 masl

VARIETIES: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11

PROCESS: Washed

IMPORTER: Melbourne Coffee Merchants


**All photos courtesy of Melbourne Coffee Merchants. We did not travel with them to origin**

KENYA - Kiangundo Peaberry

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BLOOD ORANGE, BOYSENBERRY, COLA, STICKY

We are super excited to welcome these little ones back to our offer list!

One of our favourite coffees of the year. Rich, sweet & jammy. Cracking as espresso, french press or however you brew your juice!

Kiangundo is a washing station in Nyeri County owned by the Kiama Coffee Farmers’ Cooperative Society (FCS). Sitting at 1,800 masl, Kiangundo is surrounded by an 8,000 hectare conservancy of montane forest and marshland. Managed by Jackson Mahu Kooro, the washing station receives cherries from 615 cooperative members who grow coffee nearby.

Kenya uses a grading system for all its exportable coffee lots. The grading system is based on the size and assumed quality of the bean. This delicious lot is peaberry (PB) grade and is easily defined by the physical characteristics of the bean, where a single bean has grown inside a cherry instead of a pair.

Some say these beans are sweeter but we love them either way!


REGION: Central Kenya

COUNTY: Nyeri

FACTORY: Kiangundo

FARMERS COOPERATIVE SOCIETY: Kiama FCS

FARMERS: 800 Smallholder Producers

ELEVATION: 1,750-1,850 masl

VARIETIES: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11

PROCESS: Washed

IMPORTER: Melbourne Coffee Merchants


**All photos courtesy of Melbourne Coffee Merchants. We did not travel with them to origin**