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Rwanda Rising : High Altitude Bourbon Arabica

We are proud to support the work of Kinini Coffee, assisting 363 small holders from the communities of Taba, Burega Sector, Cooperative Abukamu, Mafene, Gahabwa Cell, Tumba, and Cooperative Kotwiduga for 5 years to cultivate a super-high-quality Bourbon Arabica crop that provides the first stable income for these communities in two decades. Additionally, 10% of the profits from this coffee are channeled to Kinini's charity in Musenyi that helps to improve the lives of the villagers and the most vulnerable orphans and widows.

Grown at very high altitudes exceeding 7,000 feet on some farms, this Bourbon Arabic is extremely smooth for an African coffee. With bright acidity and notes of citrus, apricot and caramel, this coffee received an 85 cupping score showing overall balance and excellence. There's a lot going on here! Try a wonderful new cup of coffee and help communities rise into better lives.

8 ounce, please choose ground or whole bean.

This coffee is an artful Harlequin Roast that has a Light Base and a small percentage of Dark Roast.

$9.25
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