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FARM EXPERIENCE

16th December 2017, marked the D-day for the pilot coffee farm tour organized by Connect coffee company. December was the ideal time being peak coffee harvest season that ranges between

COFFEE FARM TOUR & CUPPING

One of the best occasions in the coffee cultivation calendar is during harvesting. This is a season when green coffee cherries turn wine red in colour. In Kenya, high altitude

JOINT FARM TRAINING

” In the end, we will conserve what we love “- Baba Dioum. To coffee farmers the quality & quantity of their coffee matters. Connect coffee company organized a joint

SEED TO CUP PROJECT

Isolation from technical assistance, limited farm management skills & insufficient working capital are among the challenges faced by small scale coffee farmers in Kenya. Motivated to provide solution for these

INTERNATIONAL COFFEE DAY

Coffee is one of the oldest crop since its discovery back in the 9th century by the Ethiopian goatherd . Since then, coffee  has evolved and has been associated with great

BOOST FOR SMALL SCALE FARMER

Mr. Kimani, our pioneer partner farmer in Kenya, Kiambu county examines his bumper coffee harvest in the month of December 2016.  Three – 3  months earlier, Connect Coffee Roasters engaged

SEARCH FOR NEW PARTNER COFFEE FARMER

On the 17th April 2017, team connect coffee left for Kiriani town in Murang’a county.  This was a journey in response to the growing coffee consumption at our roastery café. Murang’a

Best of 2016 : COFFEE WITH INTEGRITY

In 2016 September, Connect Coffee officially opened its first branch in Nairobi, Kenya (Off riverside drive, Chiromo road at the River Front building) . Our  main focus is to support

MEXICAN MERIGOLD : MORE THAN A WEED

Farm management is a big part of Connect Coffee mandate in the farmer partnership.  We are constantly looking for effective ways to help farmers learn, manage and maintain their farm.

BARISTAS’ FARM VISIT

Photo session: From L-R : Mr. Kimani ( Farmer), Mr. Charles – Barista, Mr. Chris – Director, Mr. Duncan – Marketing Manager, Mrs. Kimani (Farmer), Mr. Japheth – Barista. Location: