Kiangoi AA

$25.02 - $40.71 / Pound

Origin: Kirinyaga, Kenya
Variety: SL-28, SL-34, Ruiru-11

Tasting Notes:

Dark Chocolate, Cherry, Grapefruit

Out of stock




Historical Background: Farmers in Rung’eto planted their first coffee trees in I953. The co-op has three wet mills: Kii, Karimikui, and Kiangoi. The co-op is located within Ngariama location, Gichugu division, Kirinyaga East district on the Southern slopes of Mount Kenya.

Management & Membership: The co-op is managed by an elected board of seven members, two elected from each factory catchment. Each member represents an electoral zone in the larger Rung’eto sublocation. Currently, the co-op has 25 permanent staff members who are headed by a secretary-manager. The secretary-manager oversees the day-to-day running of the co-op under the supervision of the board.

The three wet mills in the co-op have a combined membership of 2,858 active farmers.

Coffee Production: The co-op is currently producing an average of 1,470,258 kg of cherry.


The cup has sugary sweetness and tangy fruit acidity with a heavy mouthfeel, rich dark chocolate, cacao, cherry, tomato, and grapefruit flavors.

Subscriptions are available!