The story behind Kaganda AA ML
Kaganda is a washing station in Muranga Country, Central Province Kenya; in Kenya, these stations are referred to as factories. This district, like the Nyeri District, is known for complex, flavorful coffees with intensity. Kaganda is owned by the Kaganda Farmers Cooperative Society and its membership of about 1050 independent smallholder farmers.
This washing station was established in the early 1970s and is known for its production of high-quality lots. Varieties in this region are primary of the SL (Scott Laboratories) types 28 and 34.
Kenya has two crops: main crop and fly crop. The main crop is harvested from the month of September to December while the fly (early) crop is harvested from the month of May to July every year. This blend is from the main crop. Rainfall is reliable, falling in two seasons, one from early March to May (the long rains) and a second during the fall. In the cup, Kaganda is bright and complex with notes of fresh tomato, plum, jasmine, and ripe berries.Download Kaganda AA ML Info Sheet