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AA Top Ngurueri

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Kenya

Kenya AA Top Ngurueri

washed

Clean, even, full body, balanced, bright acidity, blackcurrant, citrus, red berries, floral.

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All the facts about our Kenya AA Top Ngurueri

Region Embu
Producer Ngurueri Coop.
Variety Various
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Category Regional
Harvest from November to March
Shipping from February to June
Unit GrainPro Sack à 60kg

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AA Top Ngurueri

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It is part of the Inoi FCS in Kirinyaga County, Central Province. The Kerugoya factory is located in the central division of the Kirinyaga district in the town of Kerugoya.

It is affiliated to the Inoi Farmers Co-op Society along with the Rutui, Kuguyu, Kianderi, Kariku, Kaitheri, Karia, Ndimi, Kiamwenja, Riagititu and Thaita factories.
There are now 1000 active members of the Inoi Cooperative and each member has on average around 1 acre of land for coffee growing alongside macadamia, beans, banana and maize.

The area has deep, well drained and fertile red volcanic soil at altitudes of between 1634 and 1900 metres above sea level with 1518mm of rainfall annually.
Smallholder members of this factory have access to training and technical advice in an effort to increase the yield.

The coffee is handpicked by the smallholder members and delivered to the Kerugoya factory where it is pulped.

Varieties included is SL 28 & SL 34. The Main Crop harvest is between October to December and Fly Crop is harvested between April to June.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Kenya

Mountain

Varieties

Boubon, Ruiru, SL-28+SL-34, K7

Processing methods

washed

Altitude range

1500 – 2100 masl

Harvest

October - March

Total yearly production

730.000 60kg bags 2022/23

Coffees from Kenya

The first plants came from Ethiopia in the 19th century, but it was not until the beginning of the 20th century that french missionaries introduced the valuable Bourbon plants.

Main production areas: Mount Kenya, Kigumo, Nyeri District, Kirinyaga, Ruiru Region, Kiambu Region

Export bag size: 60kg

Total number of coffee farmers: about 500.000 small farmer – about 500+ co-operatives.

Region Embu
Producer Ngurueri Coop.
Variety Various
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Harvest from November to March
Shipping from February to June
Unit GrainPro Sack à 60kg
Clean, even, full body, balanced, bright acidity, blackcurrant, citrus, red berries, floral.

It is part of the Inoi FCS in Kirinyaga County, Central Province. The Kerugoya factory is located in the central division of the Kirinyaga district in the town of Kerugoya.

It is affiliated to the Inoi Farmers Co-op Society along with the Rutui, Kuguyu, Kianderi, Kariku, Kaitheri, Karia, Ndimi, Kiamwenja, Riagititu and Thaita factories.
There are now 1000 active members of the Inoi Cooperative and each member has on average around 1 acre of land for coffee growing alongside macadamia, beans, banana and maize.

The area has deep, well drained and fertile red volcanic soil at altitudes of between 1634 and 1900 metres above sea level with 1518mm of rainfall annually.
Smallholder members of this factory have access to training and technical advice in an effort to increase the yield.

The coffee is handpicked by the smallholder members and delivered to the Kerugoya factory where it is pulped.

Varieties included is SL 28 & SL 34. The Main Crop harvest is between October to December and Fly Crop is harvested between April to June.