Rwanda Gitega Hills
|Taste profile:||green apple, black tea, jasmine flower|
|Area:||Nyamagabe – Gitega Hills|
|Classification:||A Scr. 15+|
Gitega Hills Processing Station was built in 2015 in the Nyamagabe region, near Nyumgwe Forest National Park. This station is very well equipped and is able to process over 700 tons of coffee beans per year from more than 1,200 farmers. This lot was processed by the "honey" method and dried on African beds for 16 days, thanks to which it developed a special fruity taste.
9,99€ – 35,99€
Freshly roasted coffee beans just as you like it! Try roasted coffee beans Rwanda for a round, mild, green apple´s flavour. First and even most importantly, we have loved this one for years and we think we can never stop. However, this is certainly one of yours favourite.
Gitega Hills Processing Station was built in 2015 in the Nyamagabe region, near Nyumgwe Forest National Park. The closest proximity of rainforest provides a real diversity on botanical and zoological level. This station is very well equipped and can process over 700 tons of coffee beans per year from more than 1,200 farmers. This lot was processed by the “honey” method and has dried on African beds for 16 days, thanks to which it developed a special fruity taste.
Coffee trees grow at altitude from 1700 mamsl, which is probably really high for any plants to grow. Despite this fact, the coffee from here are really unique. The number two fact of uniqueness because of transport from war country to the whole wide world. Despite all of that, we are really grateful for projects like Long Miles – they do a really good job.
It´s such a shame this country has internal wars. Despite of this fact, good coffee always find the way to its customer.
Classification: A Scr. 15+
We are very lucky to present this lot, because it´s not like the others we had at all! It is pure red bourbon even with red honey processing method.
Collection of cherries happened at June 2020.
SCA scored this blend on 85,25 points, which by any means it´s an exceptional lot of specialty coffee.
Try once, next time yours roasted coffee beans Rwanda will charm you even most!
If you ever drinked rwandian coffee, you must certainly know what we are talking about.