Expect a wild cup with notes of forest fruits, honey and elderflower. We recommend a finer grind for this coffee to get a balanced, velvety cup. It's funky and we love it!
Nkora washing station was named after a small fishing village of the shores of Lake Kivu in the Rutsiro District. It is one of the largest and oldest (since 1957) washing station in Rwanda.
Coffee cherries were handpicked and dry fermented for a duration of 12-18h, followed by soaking in water for 8h before flowing through density channels to be graded and dried on raised beds for 15-30 days, depending on the weather conditions.
Nkora washing station
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