Great Lakes : Kenya : Kiambu : Gitwe

Mannasses Kibochi

"My dream is to continue working to ensure good quality and more quantity in the production of my coffees."

Mannasses Kibochi Coffee Producer

A glimpse of its history and its coffee experience

I am dedicated to coffee growing family traditionMy father was a coffee grower and I inherited his farm.
Since I was a child I have worked on the family farm supporting my father in the tasks and in the day to day production of the coffees.
A critical point for me in the production of the lots is the drying process of the drying process of the coffeeIt has to be uniform because this stage, like many others, will be important in the nuances that we will find in the flavors of the coffee.
One of the most important stages in the production process of our coffees is the control of pests and the fertilization of the coffee plants.
The hard work during the harvestThe hard work during the harvest makes us achieve good results in the production of our coffees.

Green coffee producer Mannasses Kibochi and his family

In data what it makes possible and what it achieves in coffee
producer Mannasses Kibochi


People in the team






Years producing coffee


One thousand kg


Processes other than Beneficiation


One thousand kg
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Lots of green coffee with personality

The Mannasses Kibochi Estate

Spikes Coffee Farm

Mannasses Kibochi is the owner and producer of the Spikes farm, having inherited part of the farm nine years ago upon the death of his father.
Originally the farm was called Muraki but Mannasses decided to rename it using Spikes.
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.
Little by little Mannasse has become a businessman, but coffee growing is still his favorite activity.

The Spikes farm of the coffee origin Kenya

Locate where the coffee trees grow with which Mannasses Kibochi produces its very personal batches of coffees.

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Mannasses Kibochi has a lot to share, a lot to say

In the following page you have information about Mannasses, its challenges, its challenges, also about its day to day life and the history of how it has become a reference coffee producer in its coffee region.

Spikes Farm in the coffee origin Kenya

15 answers to 15 questions

Mannasses Kibochi responds concisely to 15 questions that provide the backbone of his experiences, his knowledge, his desires and the challenges he wishes to face in order to continue enriching his knowledge as a coffee producer.

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