ABOUT THE ORIGIN
Kiambu County is located south of Nyeri District, between the southern slope of Mt. Kenya and the nation's capital city of Nairobi.
Kiambu experiences around 900-1100mm of annual rainfall and gravellier trees are the most common tree planted alongside coffee in region's the red volcanic soil.
Coffee cultivation is the only cash crop beyond subsistence and dairy farming and has improved the livelihood of the people, from infrastructure to education to water quality.
The early crop harvest begins in April, continuing through until the main harvest concludes in December. Coffees from Kiambu offer balanced acidity with a full body and sweet, fruity flavors.