Rwanda Ruli

  • In 1994, Rwanda had a devastating civil war. Their coffee industry was turned upside down as the survivors began to sort out their lives and livelihoods. Texas A&M assisted with a USAID project to help revive Rwanda’s coffee sector and transform it from a commodity market to a high-quality producer. This coffee comes from the community around the town of Ruli, and was processed at a washing station with the Musasa Dukunde Kawa cooperative. The station was built in 2003 as a part of the PEARL project, financed by USAID. The coffees of Rwanda are solid, full of flavor, rich in quality. A 100% Bourbon coffee, this was carefully picked, washed, dried on raised beds, and hand sorted. So the cup is clean, yet complex. (photo is courtesy of Mercanta)
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      GRAHAM CRACKER

     

      GRAPE



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