Our Coffee

Kikobero Speciality Green Beans

This comes in two varieties depending on the method of post-harvest handling. We have Kikobero speciality coffee green beans natural (Kiboko) and Kikobero Speciality Coffee green beans fully washed.

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Kikobero Speciality Roast Beans

This is hygienically prepared and roasted by our committed and motivated team into two (2) varieties of Medium and Dark roast depending on our customers’ preferences.

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Kikobero Speciality Ground Coffee

Having been carefully roasted to the taste and preferences of the customers, the coffee is then carefully ground into power ready to consumer. This is then weighed and packaged in ...

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Why we love coffee

At Kikobero Speciality Arabica Coffee, our love for coffee dates way back in time when our grannies used to walk for months a cross Mt. Elgon with 20kgs of coffee on their heads to neighboring Kenya for trade. After being months away, their return to Kikobero was celebrated as it meant that some children would go to school, the sick would access medical services and that families would afford some basic services. We grew up in such an economic setup and to date, coffee still supports our families; it is our identity as Kikobero, Elgon region and Maasaba land. We have gone to school, begun families, built churches and schools, equipped hospitals among other interventions because of coffee. The world is continuously becoming a better place for us to live in because of God's number one gift to us and source of income, Coffee.

Why You Need Coffee

Lowered risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Those who consumed 6 or more cups per day had a 22% lower risk of diabetes.

Reduced Risk of Heart Disease

3 to 5 cups of coffee a day reduce signs of heart disease.

Reduced Colorectal Cancer Risk

Coffee can reduce the odds of developing colorectal cancer by 26%.

6 Steps 2 A Longer Life

Improved Energy Levels

Coffee can help people feel less tired and increase energy levels

Burn Down the Fat

It’s one of the few natural substances proven to aid fat burning.

Improve Physical Performance

Caffeine stimulates your nervous system, signaling fat cells to break down body fat

Social corporate responsibilities

At Kikobero we believe in family and sharing. Every profit or donation we receive is ploughed back to supporting our farming communities.
    • We have established schools for community education
  • Sponsored over 1,000 children to access educational service through our Wakeup schools and other higher-level institutions of learning.
  • We have fundraised for community health through which we have equipped community hospitals, repaired over 300 clip pallets, distributed more than 2,000 blankets to keep a child’s night warm, distributed over 1,000 gumboots among, distributed sanitary pads to keep a girl child in school among other interventions.
  • We have trained over 500 pastors and spread God’s Gospel to restore hope amongst the communities
  • We have conducted several trainings that aim at mindset change of our people among other interventions.

Job creation for youth and women in coffee

To ensure sustainable socio-economic transformation of the Kikobero coffee farming communities, we work with men, youth and women along the value chain. During the coffee season, we train, skill and create employment opportunities to over 100 youth and women at different stages of the value chain like at ready red cherry hand picking, washing, transportation, sorting, drying, milling, packaging, marketing etc. Many of the women and youth that we work with have been able to make a difference within their respective communities.

Environmental protection

Our environmental pillar ensures that we give adequate attention to the protection of the natural environment. As coffee farmers and processors, we think about both the short- and long-term effects on the environment as a result of our farming methods and other human activities. At Kikobero speciality coffee, we exercise water source protection, safe waste management, energy conservation, safe storage, disposal or reuse of packaging materials.

We build capacities of our farmers into climate smart and environmental protection practices like mulching, terracing, agroforestry, afforestation etc.