Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152
Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152
Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152
Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152
Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152

Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152

From £7.95

Tastes Like:

Dates, Cherry Jam, Dark Chocolate

Roast:

This natural processed coffee from the Gasharu washing station is a perfect example of natural processing done well. There is a complex fruit flavour, Read more

About Rwanda Gasharu Nº 152

This natural processed coffee from the Gasharu washing station is a perfect example of natural processing done well. There is a complex fruit flavour, a sweet rounded body and even some subtle floral aromatics.

This coffee is produced by smallholders and processed through the CWS Washing Station. CWS supports farmers in organizing into co-operatives and offers training in governance and finance.

The soil in this region is acidic but rainfall is plentiful, allowing the coffee cherries to become sweet and juicy. The cherries are picked, sorted, and dry on raised beds for up to 30 days.

Size: SMALL 250g

£7.95
£27.05

Grind: WHOLE BEAN

Whole Bean If you grind your own beans
Cafetiere Suitable for Cafetiere & Chemex, coarse grind
Filter Suitable for Drip & V60 filters, Aeropress & Stovetop
Espresso Suitable for Espresso machines (for DeLonghi choose Filter grind)
Good to know…
  • Free delivery when you spend over £25
    Free delivery when you spend over £25
  • Dispatched next working day
    Dispatched next working day
  • Roasted fresh to every order
    Roasted fresh to every order
  • Our packaging is completely recycable
    Our packaging is completely recycable

Delivery information

Roasted & dispatched the next working day via Royal Mail Tracked service.

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Nyamasheke, Kilimbi

Process

Natural

Producers

Local Smallholders

Grown

Nyamasheke

Altitude

1600m - 2100m

Varietals

Bourbon

The Gasharu washing station is unique in the area in that it is owned and operated by people who live and work in the region itself. There are many multinationals who buy up smallholder coffees and who have direct access to large markets. Whilst Gasharu are unable to compete on the tight margins and aggressive pricing of these companies, they can compete when it comes to quality, traceability and integrity. When Celestin Rumenerangabo, Gasharu's founder, bought his first plot of land, he planted 380 trees and sold his coffee in 'cups' - thought to be the equivalent to 1kg but there were no scales available.

Ash says...

The darker roast profile highlights intense sweetness, but there is also a unique fruit note and exceptional synergy with milk.

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