Ngoe Estate is a family-owned farm managed and operated by. Helen Gichohiin, the Koru ward of the Mathira sub-county of Muranga County 1670 meters above sea level. The red volcanic soil found on this estate is ideal for growing quality coffee. The rich terrestrial and aquatic ecosystem is home to an array of species, including snakes, deer, hare, weaverbirds, owls, and hawks, among many others. Additionally, the farm is verdant with numerous indigenous plant species like fig, cordia, croton, and neem trees. The 10-acre estate has approximately 7,000 coffee trees where Ruiru and SL-28 varietals grow. Red cherries are hand-picked and processed the same day through a wet mill. After pulping, the coffee is fermented overnight, washed, soaked, and dried on drying tables.