Sourced from the land of thousand hills
Rwandan Speciality Arabic Coffee sourced from smallholder farmers and Rwandan-owned Washing Stations.
Rwanda is the smallest of all the East African countries, this ideal origin is responsible for producing over twenty-two thousand tonnes each year with an emphasis on washed and fermented.
About Rwandan Coffee
Rwanda has five distinct producing regions. In the north-west, the volcanic region of Virunga (home to the Silverback mountain gorillas). To the west, the Kivu region lies alongside Lake Kivu. Toward the centre, we come to the Kizi Rift region. Further south lies Akagera, known for its relatively low altitude (1,300 m.a.s.l.). Finally, there’s the Muhazi region toward the east.
1700-2000 meters above sea level
Sept - Oct & March - July Harvests
22,000 tonnes produced annually
30th largest coffee exporter
Working directly with Rwandan Owned Washing Stations
Working alongside Horsham Coffee Roasters we have partnered a number of Washing Stations in Rwanda that are exclusively owned by Rwandan farmers.
We believe it is essential to deliver profits back into the communities who are responsible for farming the coffee. The best way to do this is ensuring that decision-makers and owners are of the communities they serve.
All coffees we offer from Rwanda are exclusively from Stations where the ownership is Rwandan.
Sustainable farming with transparent pricing.
Meaningful relationships with farmers
Owned by a fourth generation farmer. Jean Paul has passionately nurtured a plantation consisting of over two-thousand trees and perfected the art of production for his region. Since taking over, Jean Paul has built a cupping lab in the pursuit of achieving exceptional coffee. The farmers he works alongside have farms ranging from 1550 - 1900 meters above sea level.
Owner, Liza Washing Station, Rwanda
Masereka Obed is a father, husband, mentor, lead-farmer and the elder responsible for his cooperative. His farm is nestled in the mountains about 1200 m.a.s.l, however, he works much higher in conjunction with the buying centre coordinating collection of coffee from other farmers in his group.