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    With nearly 700,000 coffee producers, Kenya stands out as a coffee-producing gem in East Africa. About 70% of them are smallholders. In the Murang’a County, nestled along the Aberdare Range's slopes, you'll find the Kayu Factory, where 1,931 smallholders from the New Kiriti Farmers Co-operative Society contribute their cherries.

    At an elevation of 1,650 meters, this region boasts nutrient-rich, red soils and ideal temperatures for slow cherry maturation. Smallholders pick their cherries during two harvests—March to May and October to December. After reaching the factory, cherries are pulped and fermented, promoting their flavor development. The coffee dries on raised tables under the sun.

    Sustainability matters here. Wastewater from processing returns to the soil via soak pits, avoiding environmental harm. The Kayu Factory thrives on Ruiru 11 cherries, developed to combat coffee diseases.

    Kenya's grading system reflects screen size, not cup quality. The AA grade equates to screen size 17 or 18. This distinction, while affecting auction prices, doesn't necessarily determine cup quality.

    The Kayu Factory epitomizes smallholders' dedication and the distinctive coffee landscape in Kenya—a country where coffee shines in its own East African brilliance.

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    We believe coffee are best enjoyed at its peak flavours

    We do a consistent weekly roast to ensure we can provide you with the freshest coffee. In addition to that, we are committed to provide coffee that are within 14 days of the roast date.