This Kenyan Kabngetuny is a washed AB-grade coffee sourced from Flacon Specialty via Coffee Collaborative.

Kenyan Coffee

The Keyan Coffee industry goes back to colonial days. The British bought coffee from Brazil originally to plan there but eventually started developing their own varieties. The country’s geography especially around Mount Kenyan and Kilimanjaro naturally produces great coffees.

Almost all the country’s coffee goes through the Keynan auction system, which has recently changed. You can listen to how these changes affect the coffee industry by listening to the pod with Tim Wendelboe on Kenya here…

Kabngetuny farmers co-operative

Kabngetuny (or Kapng’etuny, as it is spelt in Kenya) Co-operative Society processes and markets coffee for small-scale farmers in Kericho Highlands, Kenya, since 1985. It’s surrounded by Nandi hills and Mau forest at 2000m altitude, ideal for coffee varieties like K7 and SL28.

Coffee and Impact

The society manages 360,000 coffee trees, exporting high-quality Arabica coffee grades like AA and PB. It aims to lead in quality coffee production, empower members, and improve living standards.

Membership and Operations

With 955 members and 790 active, the society processes over 2.6 million kilograms of coffee, supported by a diverse team and an annually elected board.


The society aims to:

  • Disseminate knowledge of good agricultural practices.
  • Ensure high quantity and quality coffee production at reduced costs.
  • Alleviate poverty and improve the living standards of members.
  • Incorporate all coffee production, processing, and marketing efforts to meet international standards.
  • Adhere to certification codes of conduct and standards.
  • Uphold integrity and transparency.

You can read more about the co-operative on their website, one of the few in Kenyan that was one. Read more here…

Kenyan Kabngetuny details

An AB-size graded coffee.

Kericho County, Rift Valley.
The Cooperative has 1688 farmers with an average farm size of 0.5 hectares.
100% Arabica SL28, SL34 and Ruiru 11.
2000 masl.
Fully washed, cleaned, and sun-dried on raised African beds.
GrainPro in Hessian
Good complexity, lemonade, black currant, blood orange and a sweet finish.
Roast used:
Gentle soak to TP, and accelerate into browning and then into first, where the roast is slowed to extract fruit flavours.

Fairtrade Certified since 2012.

Transparency Information

Sourced from Flacon Specialty via Coffee Collaborative.
FOB price US$ 7.50/kg USD.
Cupping score 86.5 (from Coffee Collaborative) we cupped it at 84
Producer Thiriku Coffee Growers Cooperative Society.
Lot size bought 2 x 30kg bag
Relationship This is our first coffee from this cooperative.





Kenya, Quaffee

Coffee region


Coffee category

2. Medium bodied


fruit, sweet


4 ★ African




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