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Kabngetuny, Kenya

RM70.50 MYR

Tasting Notes: Cherry Tomato, Plum, Golden Raisin


Kericho County


Kabngetuny FCS


Small Holders


Fully Washed


2100 MASL


SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11, Batian, K7

The Kabngetuny Farmers Cooperative Society are growers of the Chepkechei Sublocation, Kipteres Location, and Chilchila Division of Kipkelion District, Kericho County in the Rift Valley. Surrounded by the captivating Nandi Hills and rich Mau Forest, this idyllic location sits at an altitude of 2000masl. Since its registration on June 27th, 1985, the Cooperative society has grown to include 1452 registered members, with 1080 actively participating.

Four years ago, 330 women from Kabngetuny Women in Coffee Association and 150 women from Kapkiyai Women in Coffee Association were gifted coffee trees by their husbands, turning them into income-generating projects for their families and communities. With the support of the Fairtrade organization, Solidaridad, and other partners, these women lovingly tended to their plants, creating a true success story.

Kenya is known for its contrasting landscapes, treasured wildlife, all-year-round sunshine and hospitable people. It's a country of outstanding biodiversity, from grand mountains and valleys to expanse rivers and parks. All these experiences can be captured in the coffee, as Kenya is world-renowned in the specialty market for its flavour profiles and processing methods that bring to life exciting qualities in the cup.

Vava Coffee, a Certified B-Corp with a social enterprise business model, has a network of coffee producers in different regions of East Africa, including Kenya. With a group of passionate individuals and farmers working towards one goal, Vava Coffee is using coffee to empower local communities and create future prospects for the industry as a whole. Vava Coffee exports, roasts, and consults on coffee value chains, with a focus on sustainable livelihoods for the people and communities they work with. They challenge the status quo and promote positive social disruption within the coffee industry.

Located in the picturesque Kajiado county inhabited by the calm yet courageous Maasai community, Vava Coffee works in this atypical coffee-growing region to influence and transform communities by providing economic empowerment opportunities using coffee - they do this through trade, education, and capacity building with a sharp focus on elevating the opportunities for women and girls in these communities. Since 2009, Vava Coffee has been consistently recognized globally for its premium standard coffee as well as its remarkable social impact.