Kamiro, Nyamagabe, Rwanda from Nero Scuro, San Giuseppe di Cassola

Excellent coffee, both as espresso and as a filter coffee. Very harmonic, easy going and pleasant. Soft peachy notes, very little but nice berry notes, some almond and just a great, gentle finish. 

Read more Kamiro, Nyamagabe, Rwanda from Nero Scuro, San Giuseppe di Cassola

Gitega Hills, Rwanda from Mokxa, Lyon

Trés elegant. Honey, caramel, apricot, plum. Very gently blended into a smooth juice. 

Read more Gitega Hills, Rwanda from Mokxa, Lyon

Buf Coffee Remera, Rwanda from Tres Cabezas, Berlin 

20 minutes to spend changing trains at Ostkreuz, so I ran around the corner to grab a bag. ”You’d like to try something with sparkling champagne notes?“ – Sure, why not. It rather tasted like champagne truffles but – yeay – was it festive. Some fresh grapes along those buttery champagne truffles and afterwards a […]

Read more Buf Coffee Remera, Rwanda from Tres Cabezas, Berlin 

Maraba Sovu, Grand Fromage, Rwanda from Small Batch Coffee Roasters, Brighton

   This great Rwandan coffee is not only a Cup of Excellence winner but always has been a bold cup of full powered honey sweetness in my mugs. Its mild and juicy with some hints of strawberry yoghurt chocolate, some black tea notes and berries. Just not so much cheese as in the caption. Now […]

Read more Maraba Sovu, Grand Fromage, Rwanda from Small Batch Coffee Roasters, Brighton

Kanya, Rwanda from Small Batch Coffee Roasters, Brighton

Fluid blood orange marzipan. Oh, wait. It’s coffee. But what a sweety. I saw somebody lovin that one on Instagram and don’t regret the pricey order. I’ll definitely miss that one. Juicy, well balanced, smooth and gentle on the tongue.  Loved that on a Kalita.    

Read more Kanya, Rwanda from Small Batch Coffee Roasters, Brighton

Kamajumba, Rwanda from 24grad Kaffeerösterei, Hannover

 While I just missed the opportunity to accompany a friend to Rwanda by the lack of flexibility (and a couple thousand Euros), I bought and ordered some pretty nice Rwandian coffees.   Kamjumba from Hannover’s 24grad roasters was the first Rwanda I had since 2014, as far as I recall. It surprised me by connecting to […]

Read more Kamajumba, Rwanda from 24grad Kaffeerösterei, Hannover