Tasting Notes: Candied Fruit, Raspberries, Cinnamon Sugar
Two years ago, one of our roasters traveled to Rwanda to spend time with the Misozi Coffee Company, a cooperative-based exporter. It was a life-changing experience - one similar to riding a bicycle for the first time. The Rwandese are rich in hospitality and history, and the nature-scapes are breathtaking.
We’ve been searching for a Rwandese coffee to fit our menu for quite some time, and are stoked to have the opportunity to bring you coffee from Coko (pronounced Cho-co). Coko is the highest elevation washing station of Misozi.
This washed Coko yields stellar canned fruit notes, citric acidity, and an exceptionally smooth melon-like mouthfeel. We’ve been brewing this up non-stop at Strava and it’s sure to go quick (we only purchased one sack).
About the bean:
Elevation: 6,500 - 7,500 ft.
Rwanda - Coko (12oz Whole Bean)