Hailing from Rwanda, this single origin was produced near the shores of Lake Kivu in the Rutsiro District. The washing station has 200 raised drying beds with around 1200 growers delivering cherries to the station. The main variety grown in the Mushonyi area is Bourbon, with each farmer averaging 300 trees. This growing station was built by the Rwandan army and besides the 200 drying beds consists of eco-depulpers, 8 fermentation tanks and standard washing channel.
Sounds like; Journey - Don't Stop Believing
Smells like; A freshly made pot of tea with a slice of fruit cake on the side
Looks like; A raft up party with a bunch of people you just met, but are now your BFF’s
Tastes like; Cranberry, cocoa, cherry and nashi pear with a black tea body.
Feels like; floating in a blow up swan in the middle of a huge lake with not a care in the world
BEST SUITED FOR: Espresso!