Kianjogu Factory, was built by the “Mathira Society”. After their division in 1996, Karie and Kianjogu, became part of the Tumutumu FCS. In 2005, Ruthanga, Tumutumu and Marua FCS merged to form Rutuma FCS Ltd. The cooperative now has a total of 557 members, of which 202 are women, and has seven washing stations or factories: Ruthagati, Karie, Marua, Ngandu, Githima, Kianjogu and Ndurutu.
After selectively hand pick red ripe cherries, they are delivered the same day to the factory, where it undergoes a fully washed method. After pulping, the coffee is dry fermented over night, before its washed, then soaked for 24 hours and spread out on raised beds for selection and drying.
V hodnotení SCA dosiahla táto káva 89 bodov!
1750 až 1950 metrov nad morom
Mokrou metódou s dvojnásobnou fermentáciou
November 2017 – Január 2018