Rwanda Baho PeaBerry

Rwanda Baho PeaBerry

We’ve developed two specific roast profiles for this coffee, one that produces gentle delish filters and another that produces cozy, full bodied espressos. When checking out, be sure to let us know how you brew so we know which roast to send you!

About the filter roast: Softly and gently the morning light creeps over the horizon, bringing with it the joy of a new
day. Gentle vanilla notes with a lingering cinnamon finish coat your palette, reminiscent of the night gently fading away. Juicy
apricots and a bright grapefruit acidity bring the breath of the new day.

About the espresso roast: As the night settles in, a blanket of coziness of envelopes you. The familiarity of milk
chocolate covers your palette, with enough malty flavours to make you dream of Cadbury Whispers. The
subtle bitterness like that of bourbon rounds out the cup, bringing with it the joy of old and new.

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RWANDA

Region: Gatsibo Province, Eastern District

Altitude: 1600 – 1900 MASL

Harvest: March – June

NOTES

Roast Scale:single origin specialty coffee roastery roast french press cafetiere

Varietals: Red Bourbon

Process: Fully washed 

Quality Score: 83

 

single origin specialty coffee roastery roast v60 beethoven coffee co

SUGGESTED

FILTER RECIPE

V60

Dose: 20g

Brew Time: 2:45 min

Water: 300g

Bloom for 30 sec with 45g water. Pour the remaining water in 3 80g-100g pours, aiming for a total brew time of between 2min45 and 3min15. 

RWANDA

Region: Gatsibo District, Eastern Province

Altitude: 1600 – 1900 MASL

Harvest: March – June

NOTES

Roast Scale:single origin specialty coffee roastery roast french press cafetiere

Varietals: Red Bourbon

Process: Fully washed 

Quality Score: 83

 

single origin specialty coffee roastery roast v60 beethoven coffee co

SUGGESTED

FILTER RECIPE

Dose: 20g Coffee; 300g Water

Time: Bloom for 30 sec with 45g water. Pour the remaining water in 3 80g-100g pours, aiming for a total brew time of between 2min45 and 3min15. 

Suggested Brew: V60

Farm Info

Rwanda Baho Coffee owns six washing stations run by Emmanuel Rusatiro and his family. He is fully dedicated to the craft of coffee experimenting with washed, natural, honey and experimental processing. Each washing station is supplied cherries by small-hold farmers from around the station.

Pictures credited to Rwanda Baho Coffee

We love brewing this coffee as…

A Cappuccino or a V60

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