Get to Know This Coffee Like the view from the top of a mountain on a bluebird day, this coffee is bright, clear, and keeps you lingering to take in all its interesting angles. Brew as drip, press, espresso.
Its Nerdy Side The Nyamwenda washing station is located in Nyamyumba, Rubavu in the Western District of Rwanda. Growing at 5249 ft, this washed microlot coffee is produced by the smallholder members of the COOPAC cooperative.
Enjoy peach, lime, sugar cookie, and smooth body in this medium roast.
What's Cool Rwanda is a tiny landlocked country that’s only roughly the size of Maryland. It accounts for only about .2% of the global coffee supply, but has blossomed to earn a reputation for quality and unique characteristics of its coffees. It was originally planted with high-yeild, low-cost varieties by colonial interests from Europe. After the devastating genocide of 1994, government programs in the early 2000s encouraged Rwandans to leverage specialty coffee as a means to recover, creating a new successful, niche agricultural market.