Easy, peasy, lemon-squeezy! This cup hails from Abakundakawa, a leading Rwandan co-op known for its female leadership and super-clean coffees. Delicate and juicy, this roast is a rosy spin on the classic, tea-like profile of washed African beans.
We're excited to bring you this exceptional coffee from the women-owned Abakundakawa Cooperative in Rwanda. This coffee is incredibly clean, reminiscent of some of the best Ethiopian coffees. The notes of lemon, black tea, and cranberry are sure to please any coffee aficionado. Enjoy!
"A little different but really good. Black tea taste, with a hint of citrus and red fruit. Very pleasant and smooth to drink. "
"Light, tea-like body with a citrus juiciness to it. It's clean, smooth and teeters right on balance of sweet and tart. Very suitable as a nice, relaxing night brew."
"Nothing really stood out about this this one. But still better than your local chained coffee shop.. I still appreciate the effort of making my own coffee and these beans are still very great! Enjoyed this cup but nothing really changed my life here."
"This was my least favorite of the month and the least favorite of all Ladro coffees I have ever tried. Flavor profile was forgettable."