Coffee was introduced to Rwanda by Germans in early 1900s. It has traditionally been the country’s most important export. Rwanda coffee plays a major role in the economy of the country, contributing significantly to foreign exchange earnings and to the monetization of the rural economy. Most of the coffee is wet processed often at communal washing stations used by numerous coffee farmers.
Rwandan coffee has been one of the big hits in the world specialty market in the last five years arisen from excellent growing conditions for specialty coffee. The increase appeal of Rwanda coffee is confirmed by awards assigned in international competitions like cup of excellence (CoE) that Rwanda is hosting every year since 2007.
Our coffee is 100% Rwandan arabica coffee grown on Kigasali mountain by lake Kivu at an altitude of 1,650-1,880 meter (5,413-6,170 ft) above sea level. Rwandan coffee beans have a bright clean flavors prevailing even the best Central American coffee and more balanced than Kenyan coffee. Our coffee has a bold and smooth taste with a pleasant, sweet, dark chocolate and caramel aroma. We pick out by hand only our best beans carefully chosen in consideration of the origin, quality, and flavor after they are thoroughly washed and dried to later be shipped here to us. You can buy in bulk. Our green bean wholesale come in 60 kg bags (132 lbs).
Our farmers put a lot of love into frowning and harvesting our coffee, our beans are carefully hand picked, washed, and sun dried than shipped to us. They grow our coffee by Lake Kivu by 60% women and 40% men who are genocide survivors and single parents, who use their income to send their children to school and support themselves financially.