Dark chocolate, floral, sweet, citrus
- Origin KENYA
- Region Makengi Location, Runyenjes, a sub county of Embu County
- Producer Kirurumwe Farmers Co-operative Society
- Packing 30 kg Linen printed bag with GrainPro
- Harvest October - February
- Score 90
- Type arabica
- Varietals Mainly SL 28 & SL 34 with Ruiru 11 and some Batian
- Processing Washed
- Altitude 1400 - 1600 MASL
- Prep Screen Size 18 - 19
Dark chocolate, delicate floral tea, honey, blood orange, rhubarb
Kirurumwe Farmers’ Co-operative
Our Kianjuki AA Microlot is from the Kirurumwe Farmers’ Co-operative Society. Founded in 1957 by 100 farmers, today the co-op has over 1000 members and a full-time staff of 18. The operation is run by an appointed Secretary Manager. Kirurumwe FCS operates three mills; Kianjuki, Ngaindethia and Kevote.
About 85% of the coffee grown by the co-op members is SL 28, SL34, with some growing Batian. A new trend has started with some farmers using Ruira 11 grafted onto a SL varietal.
The area is well known for tea as well coffee, both thriving in the deep, red volcanic soils and up to 1400 mm annual rainfall. The rains are in two seasons: short and long rains. Main crop receives good rainfall between March and June each year. The late crop depends on short rains that come between October – December.
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