Last year we visited Kenya for the first time and this is when we met Danson Wanyutu Karugondo and his brothers Geoffrey, Bernard and Eliud on their farm Docha Estate. The estate sits at 1,650 and 1,850 meters above sea level in Kenya's Kiambu County, just a stone's throw from Nairobi. The bothers grew up on the estate and learned coffee production from their parents. Danson oversees much of the work and uses organic manure from his cows and chickens to improve the quality of their coffee. They were among the original members of the Ngewa-Komothai group and have worked with Sucafina/Kahawa Bora over the years on improving various aspects of their production. They have done such an amazing job increasing both yields and quality that they're now able to market the coffee under their own names.