Drink Rwandan. Coffee is recognised as a key industry to reviving the countries economy post civil war. The majority of coffee from Rwanda is produced by 400,000 small scale farmers who tend to less then a hectare of land (175 trees). Working together at cooperative washing stations has dramatically improved the ability to control the quality of their production. We’re always super excited about new coffees from Rwanda and this year has some really unique and special lots. Keep an eye out for single origins at your local coffee spot and drink Rwandan to support the families that have worked to produce these delicious coffees.

February 19, 2016 / no comments

Drink Rwandan. Coffee is recognised as a key industry to reviving the countries economy post civil war. The majority of coffee from Rwanda is produced by 400,000 small scale farmers who tend to less then a hectare of land (175 trees). Working together at cooperative washing stations has dramatically improved the ability to control the quality of their production. We’re always super excited about new coffees from Rwanda and this year has some really unique and special lots. Keep an eye out for single origins at your local coffee spot and drink Rwandan to support the families that have worked to produce these delicious coffees.