Kenyan coffees always have an enjoyable level of acidity. And Njau Wahinya is no exception to this rule with aromatic floral accents and berries (blackcurrant) in your cup. To get the most of its quality, gentle extraction methods are preferred.
Close to the capital Nairobi, in southern Kenya, Njau Wahinya produces specialty coffee on a 2.5-hectare farm.
Kenya's coffees are renowned for their consistent quality, yet 70% of the country's coffee production is owned by around 600,000 small farmers who owning just 5 acres of land each yet and represent 99% of the country's coffee growers. They are organised into cooperatives, the majority of which operate their own processing plants. They exercise strict sorting protocols. It's in this context that Kenyan coffees figure at the top of the list of the best specialty coffee producers.