Rwanda Gishamwana Island Bourbon Raw Arabica Coffee
Bright acidity, smooth body, richish, citrus, tea, tart lemon, clean, sweet, raisin, caramel, hint of orange, spice, herbs, Lingering finish.
Roast Aroma: Sweet, roasty, red wine, sangria, pineapple
Dry Aroma: Rich, dark chocolate, cherry, sweet, red fruit, cream
Brewed Aroma: Sweet, spice, caramel, chocolate, orange, cream
Grower: Emmanuel Rwakagara (Founder of COOPAC)
Producer: Gishamwana Washing Station, Wet Mill, and Producer. Over 35,000 coffee trees are maintained on the Island in Environmental harmony in this Biodiverse location. The Coffee trees are grown organically within heavy forest which provides more shade than is normal for most African coffees.
Region: Gishamwana Island in Lake Kivu
Altitude: 1,500 - 1,650 Meters Above Sea Level
Processing: Depulped, Dry fermented, Wet fermented, washed, soaked, dried on Raised Beds.
Harvest: March - June