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Kinini Village, Rwanda

A beautiful, fully washed coffee with hints of cantaloupe, caramel and chocolate.

Additional information

Elevation

1800 – 2200 MASL

Traceable to

1 Village, 48 Members

Varietal(s)

Bourbon

Region

Northern Province, Rulindo District

Full Cupping Notes

Cantaloupe, caramel, chocolate ganache, lingering brown sugar and orange, vanilla fluff, passionfruit

Katie's Cupping Notes

Very complex. Begins with an orange spicy flavor. Smooth. Later, as it cools, the sweetness really comes out. Delicious.

$19.50$110.00

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Guji Uraga Neja Fadil, Ethiopia

A smallholder lot from the Guji Region with notes of cardamom, key lime, tangerine, apricot, yellow cake. Delicious. This coffee is currently in my glass.

Additional information

Elevation

2150 MASL

Traceable to

Smallholder around Tobitu Tuta, Central Washing Station

Varietal(s)

Heirloom

Region

Oromia, Guji Zone, Uraga Woreda, Tobitu Tuta Kebele

Full Cupping Notes

Cardamom, key lime, tangerine, apricot, yellow cake

Katie's Cupping Notes

Initially it has an interesting subtle floral scent. I do get the key lime. Drinking it reveals the sweet flavors. Makes me feel like I'm eating a decadent dessert in a fancy restaurant.

$19.50$110.00

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small batch joe