Our last Kenyan offering for the season is Kanja—a juicy and floral coffee with a blackcurrant acidity, caramel sweetness and notes of soft apricot, white grape, peach and black tea. Kanja Coffee Factory (wet mill) sits at an altitude of 1,600 masl on the slopes of Mt. Kenya in the agriculturally rich Central Province. This progressive coffee factory began in 1979, and today has 1,100 producing members who live in the surrounding villages of Kanja, Mbogori and Irangi. These producers are very small, owning an average of 130–200 coffee trees, which they grow alongside other crops such as macadamia, potatoes, maize, beans and tea.