Origin Country: Kenya
Region: Muranga County
Varieties: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11
Altitude: 5,250 feet (1,600 meters) above sea level
Producer: Kaganda Farmers Co-op
Kenyan coffees are world renowned. Our Kenya AA Kaganda is no different. As you pour a cup, its aroma fills your senses with sweet smells of sugar and dried fruit. This heavy bodied brew is pleasing as you taste the sweet savory structure with bright juicy acidity.
Every Cup of Coffee has a Story
Hailing from Muranga County, this gem of a bean grows in rich volcanic soil on the west side of Mt. Kenya. The unique terroir in this area allows local micro farms to produce unique high-quality crops, which are fully embodied by this coffee.
Our AA Kaganda is produced by the Kaganda Farmers' Cooperative Society. The Co-op represents 1300 farmers with an average farm size of 400 hectares. Farmers handpick the ripe cherries and deliver them to the mill on the very same day to undergo a wet and dry mill process. Before the coffee is delivered to the final dry mill, it is sun dried on traditional raised beds.
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