This peaberry is sourced from the Boma washing station located in Kericho County, in western Kenya. There are 600 members of this washing station, with women being the majority. Kericho County is known for its rich soil, making it ideal for coffee farming, as well as tea harvesting.
These Kenyan beans are grown at 2,000 masl and harvested during the winter. Only the ripest cherries are hand-picked and then delivered to the washing station. The beans are then dried for 14-17 days on mesh beds, then washed according to the traditional method.