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RWANDA COFFEE BEANS

Contains hand-roasted single origin specialty coffee beans

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Sake farm sources his coffee from sake coffee plantations with 2200 coffee farmers in Ngoma District and in total 73400 coffee trees. The Cherries reach the sake coffee washing station by bicycles, by cars or on head. They work with associations named Twuzuzanye and Berwa Mubyeyi and women groups in the coffee sector since 1999.
  • FRESHNESS GUARANTEE

    We're committed to delivering a fresh and flavorful coffee experience right to your cup. Our coffees are roasted on demand, ensuring that every bean is at its peak freshness when it reaches you.

  • CONTENT

    This coffee is available in 2 bag size variations:
    66g taster pack: contains 66g of premium, hand roasted specialty coffee beans.
    333g bags: contain 333g of premium, hand roasted specialty coffee.

  • CONCEPT

    • The 66g taster pack is an ideal introductory format to the world of specialty coffee.
    • The 333g bag is perfect for those who know what they like and want to stock up on their favourite coffee.

  • BREW GUIDE

    •Ideal for: filter, French press, pour-over, chemex, kalita, or coffeebrewer.
    •Recommended to be consumed within 6 months of opening for the freshest taste.

  • SUSTAINABILITY

    We're passionate about ethical and sustainable practices at every step of the coffee-making process. From sourcing to roasting, our coffees are carefully selected, hand roasted and slow crafted. Our commitment to sustainability is reflected in our eco-friendly packaging, which uses kraft paper with minimal CCP laminate that's aluminum-free. We've gone the extra mile by not using the special PP plastic gas valve found in many other coffee packaging. We're also proud to be CO2 and Plastic Neutral, demonstrating our unwavering dedication to sustainability.

    Learn more about our sustainability efforts: https://brew-company.com/pages/sustainability

MORE ABOUT THE COFFEE

ORIGIN

Ngoma District,
Eastern Province Sake Farm

COFFEE roast

  • light
  • medium
  • Dark
  • Extra Dark

Cupping notes

Berry, milk chocolate

strength

Medium

Sake farm sources his coffee from sake coffee plantations with 2200 coffee farmers in Ngoma District and in total 73400 coffee trees. The Cherries reach the sake coffee washing station by bicycles, by cars or on head. They work with associations named Twuzuzanye and Berwa Mubyeyi and women groups in the coffee sector since 1999.

Acidity: Medium
Altitude: 1450-2000 m.a.s.l.
Varieties: Bourbon, Arabica
Process: Washed