vEstablished under the aegis of the World Bank, the first coffee tree in was planted at Ngoli in 1972. Coffee was seen as an alternative agri-supply chain in Zambia that supported the economy to move away from the extractive copper industry.
The Ngoli Estate has maintain an excellent relationship with the local community. By respecting the ancient traditions, NCCL operates in close collaboration with the indigenous communities who in turn supports to the estate participating in the production of its fine coffee. The estate benefits from pure underground spring water used for both irrigation and post-harvest washing.