Kiangombe is from Kirinyaga, where we see a lot of exceptional coffees these days. They are part of the Kabare Coffeefarmers Cooperative Society that are under the umbrella Cooperative for other names such as: Kimandi, Karani and Konyu, among others.
Each lot consists of coffees from hundreds of smallholders in the local surroundings of the washing station (or factory). They sort the cherries before it goes in to production. The coffees are traditionally processed with dry fermentation before washed and graded in channels and dried on raised beds. The farmers are mainly growing SL28 and SL34, but as with almost all Kenyan Cooperative coffees it can be a mix of everything.