Juicy apricot, peach, yellow grapefruit, black tea
Little Farm privately owned by Winchester Farm Limited & Raymark Limited and was established in the 1990s, It has around 20.28 hectares of planted coffee tress and produces around 400 mega tonnes of cherries per year. The estate has dams and several boreholes that they use to irrigate during dry periods.
Nakuru County borders 7 counties with Baringo to the north, Laikipia to the north east, Nyandarua to the east, Kajiado to the south, Narok to the south west with Bomet and Kericho to the west. Its largest towns are Nakuru and Naivasha. The name Nakuru was derived from the Maasai word Nakurro meaning 'a place of dust storms or dusty place' in reference to the empty scrub lands around Lake Nakuru that often got whirl winds that engulfed everything in clouds of dust.
The Little Farm estate has dams and several boreholes that they use to irrigate during dry periods. The farmers also benefit from deep red soils that are rich in organic matter. This particular lot has been selected during processing as the highest quality through sorting the heaviest beans in the washing process. The 'AA' grade in Kenya means that the coffee is in the top tier of coffee quality.
Region: Rongai Village, Nakuru County
Producer: Little Farm Estate
Altitude: 1600-1700 MASL
Varietal: SL28, SL34, Ruiru 11
Process: Washed and dried on raised beds