Kabngetuny Cooperative Society has 371 small landholder families in Kericho County. In 2015 the men in the co-op voted to allow women to own coffee trees independently. Subsequently, nearly 400 women formed a co-op within the larger co-op, with each woman owning about 70 trees. This change allowed women to open bank accounts and collect money directly for their produce.
Coffees are grown on volcanic soils at about 6500 feet and feature flavors of lemon, blackberry and dried mango.