Kenya - Ndiaini

Enjoy of first Keyna in years!   This is one of our lightest roasts which brings out sugar cane, berries, and a honey-tangerine acidity.

Named for the village near where Ndia-Ini Cooperative was formed, the name means the deepest part of a river. The station is owned by cooperative members who deliver their cherry there. The station was built in 1969. The cooperative has 1,200 registered farmers, of whom about 395 farmers consistently deliver cherry to the station.

Kenyan coffees are graded by size. AB grade coffees are the second-largest sizing and offer very comparable flavor profile to AA grades, at less of a premium.