DENEBOLA is the Star that gives its name to all the lots of coffee produced by Mannasse Kibochi on its Spikes estate in the Kiambu coffee-growing region. The lots are differentiated by their different characteristics in terms of taste, aroma and processing. Each farmer is given the name of a star to name his lots, thus forming a large coffee universe.
Tool developed by Mare Terra Coffee
Nuts, Sugars, Red fruits / Berries, Chocolaty, Floral, and Tropical fruits
Cane sugar, Dark chocolate, Lychee, and Honey
· Cherries received
· Aerobic Fermentation
· Parchment sorting by density
· Outdoor drying
Mannasse Kibochi began to dedicate himself to coffee growing thanks to his father and it became a family tradition. Since he was a child, he worked on the farm supporting his father in the coffee production tasks. In 2008, he inherited the Raisins Farm and became the owner and principal Producer. The name of the Spikes farm comes from another business that the producer runs, the ‘Matatu’, small and colorful buses that are used for transportation in Kenya, Mannasse currently has four of these vehicles, the first one was called Spikes, which is why he also decided to call the farm that way. Gradually, Mannasse became a businessman, but without forgetting his love for the Cultivation of Coffee. The Spikes Farm located in the Gitwe coffee district of Kiambu, Kenya, covers 5 hectares of Cultivation on red volcanic soil. Mannasses workers work hard during the Harvest to achieve agood result in their Coffee production.
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