SINGLE FARM COFFEES
By focusing on single farms, we delve deep into the story of a particular plot of land, where generations of dedication and expertise have cultivated exceptional coffee crops.
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PEOPLE
By prioritizing direct relationships, we are honored to contribute to the empowerment of communities, the cultivation of sustainable practices, and the promotion of fair compensation for small and medium farmers.
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ANAEROBIC FERMENTATION
Anaerobic fermentation offers exciting possibilities for coffee producers and enthusiasts alike, but it requires careful attention to detail and quality control to mitigate risks and unlock its full potential.
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EXPORTS
We are currently exporting to 32 countries. Try our Naturals, Honeys, Anaerobics, and Microlots.
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STOCK AVAILABLE SPOT US

AVAILABLE SPOT US - ORIGIN BRAZIL

LOT # PROCESS PROFILE LOCATION QUANTITY
0173 Anaerobic Dried fruit, honey, chocolate, sweet citrus, light fermentation, medium body and balanced acidity. Annex CA 25
0174 Anaerobic Milk chocolate, almonds, creamy, molasses, well-balanced coffee. Annex CA 124
0175 Natural Dark chocolate, fruity, sweet pleasant citrus, medium body and mila/low acidity. Annex CA 86
0176 Anaerobic Sweet, caramel, chestnut, velvet body, medium acdity, very smooth and clean. Annex CA 80
0178 Honey Milk chocolate, creamy, intense, caramel, molasses, honey, sugar cane, velvet body and medium acidity. Annex CA 58
0235 Honey Milk chocolate aroma, honey and chocolate flavor, medium sweet acidity, part viscous body, resistant and sweet finish. Annex CA 59
0340 Natural Chocolate, caramel, rapadura, nuts, citric acidity, velvet body, sugar cane. Continental NJ 200
0342 Anaerobic Chocolate, rapadura, ripe fruit, chestnut, honey, molasses, citric acidity, medium body, peach, alcoholic. Continental NJ 44
0350 Natural Sweet, honeyed, chocolate, intense, full bodied, peach, fruity, citrus acidity. Continental NJ 111
0351 Anaerobic Exotic, rose tea, molasses, sweet, full-bodied, velvety, lemon grass, sugar cane, almost like eating honey. Continental NJ 9
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NEW PARTNERSHIPS

The Family that started all:

Peter Kuria

Peter wants to help his family and make sure other Kenyan farmers are compensated fairly for their coffee so he moved to Florida and started bringing their coffees for direct trade with roasters in the US and Canada.

Mr. Stephen Kuria

Stephen, co-owner of Liwani Coffee Estate, has been in coffee farming since 1984. A journey marked by dedication and passion. He left the civil service sector and committed daily to nurturing exceptional coffee.

Mrs. Margaret Kuria

Margaret, co-owner of Liwani Coffee Estate, sees coffee farming as a long-term investment and a way of life spanning generations. Working with her sons, Margaret nurtures a coffee legacy that unites past and future, embodying dedication and determination. She believes that the younger generation is the future of coffee farming.