Emmanuel Rusatira

Coffee was introduced in Rwanda in the early 20th century. At this time, coffee was produced only with a focus on volume without any concern for quality. It is only after the country began to rebuild following the genocide that efforts by the Rwandese government were put in place to stimulate the coffee industry. Today there are 315 washing stations across the country.

This coffee is sourced from the Humure washing station in the Nyaruguru district, Rwanda. It is owned and operated by Emmanuel Rusatira and his family. He is one of the very few Rwandan people to enjoy full independence as a coffee producer, thanks to his export company Baho Coffee as well as his four washing stations. Nowadays, he tries to transmit this independence to the farmers he works with.

This specific lot was produced by the Abishyizehamwe collective. The collective comprises 9 women who banded together in order to help each other and gain better autonomy. Teaming up allows them to share knowledge with one another and to find motivation in order to persevere as farmers. They even have a communal farm on top of their own individual farms.

The resulting cup reminds us of berries and orange zest, with floral notes.
Coffee was introduced in Rwanda in the early 20th century. At this time, coffee was produced only with a focus on volume without any concern for quality. It is only after the country began to rebuild following the genocide that efforts by the Rwandese government were put in place to stimulate the coffee industry. Today there are 315 washing stations across the country.

This coffee is sourced from the Humure washing station in the Nyaruguru district, Rwanda. It is owned and operated by Emmanuel Rusatira and his family. He is one of the very few Rwandan people to enjoy full independence as a coffee producer, thanks to his export company Baho Coffee as well as his four washing stations. Nowadays, he tries to transmit this independence to the farmers he works with.

This specific lot was produced by the Abishyizehamwe collective. The collective comprises 9 women who banded together in order to help each other and gain better autonomy. Teaming up allows them to share knowledge with one another and to find motivation in order to persevere as farmers. They even have a communal farm on top of their own individual farms.

The resulting cup reminds us of berries and orange zest, with floral notes.

Coffee origin

Country
Rwanda
Region
Nyaruguru
Variety
Red Bourbon
Altitude
1550 - 1850 m
Farm
Group of 9 plantations
Producer
Emmanuel Rusatira
Roast level
Light medium
Process
natural

Tastes like

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floral
🍓
berries
🍊
orange zest

Community reviews

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4.0 Excellent

3 Reviews

Rosalie Trudelle | 😃 3.5 Very Good
AeroPress
Café surprenant et très polyvalent. On goûte bien le fruit et la note florale avec l’aeropress mais ce paire également super bien avec du lait lorsque extrait en espresso.
June 10, 2024
Guillaume Pellegrini | 😍 4.5 Outstanding
Chemex
Un superbe bouquet de fleurs au nez et en bouche, entrelacé de fruits à chair frais. Un superbe breuvage d'après-midi d'été.
June 1, 2024
William Auclair | 😃 4.0 Excellent
Chemex
Bon avec notes de fruits, serait super en espresso
June 1, 2024

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