Kenya Baragwi Guama

The Guama factory is located on the Western side of the Kirinyaga District in the southern part of Mt. Kenya and is part of the Baragwi Cooperative Society. The Guama factory serves 3,500 small producers with an average of only 86 trees each. GUAMA is named after the area where it is located, "Guama Village", and was opened in 1974. This region is recognized for a smooth body that supports the dynamic acidity which makes Kenyan coffees so unique. The Baragwi Cooperative has more than 16,000 registered members. These members are drawn from the 12 wet mills which form the society.

The Baragwi Farmers Co-op, named after the small village where it is located. It borders with Ngariama and Njuki-ini locations to the East, Kabare and Kirima locations to the West; Mt Kenya to the North and Mwea Division to the South. Rich with volcanic soil, this region is recognized for a smooth body that supports the dynamic acidity which makes Kenyan coffees so unique. The Baragwi Cooperative has more than 16,892 registered members. These members are drawn from the 12 wet mills which form the society. The society has a workforce of 137 staff members out of which 31 are female and 106 are male.

The Society’s head office is situated at Kianyaga market at the end of Kutus/Kianyaga tarmac road. The society was registered in October of 1953 to promote social economic interests of its members, processing and exporting coffee and access to better markets.

Cupping Notes: Clean body with dark chocolate, citrus and floral flavors such as lemon lime, grapefruit and brown sugar.

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