Coffee beans from East Africa
Precisely from Gataba washing station, in Nyamagabe district, southern province of Rwanda.
The wet mill itself was quite recently took over ownership by Sam Muhirwa, after only co-operate for many years together with his mom, Epiphanie (founder of Buf).
Growing altitude for this red bourbon cultivar is almost around 2 KM above sea level, with the usual practices for hand-picked cherries are depulping, dry-fermenting, washing channel grading, soak and then shade-dried on raised beds.
Personal brew notes as espresso: red berries, mixed apples and orange candy.. while as filter coffee: red apple, peach with undertone of milk chocolate and starfruit.