Most of Kenya's coffee grows from 1400 to 2000 meters above sea level, with temperatures ranging from 15 to 24 degrees Celsius in deep, well-drained volcanic soils. The average annual rainfall...
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We work directly with our farmers and provide the necessary support to ensure their well-being and keep them motivated. But, at the same time, they also earn a reliable and consistent income for their hard work.
The coffee is produced in the fertile volcanic soils of Mount Kenya’s highlands, under the native trees we continue to preserve with your help. These trees also mean food and shelter for our birds, a cooler climate, and great-tasting coffees that we all love.
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