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12. December | Cafe des Mamas - Rwanda Filter

Blueberry, Rhubarb, Black Tea

We taste notes of blueberries, rhubarb and black tea. When you drink this coffee, you will taste it, the African woman power.

Grown with love by great farmers. 100% Arabica coffee, harvested when ripe and carefully processed. Sustainable and fairly traded.
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19grams Kaffeeadventskalender 12. Dezember Ruanda

Bloody Good Advent

– For 8 delicious years

To the coffee

Blueberry, Rhubarb, Black Tea



Variety: Red Bourbon
Processing: Natural
Harvesting Year: 2022
Drying Time: 3 weeks

Suggested brew recipe:
16g coffee grounds, 250g water, medium grind setting, around 2,5 min brewing time

About the Coffee

This coffee comes from a coffee farm in northern Rwanda that is run by women and is committed to women's education. Not only in the coffee world, but also politically, the East African country is at the forefront, with 61.3 percent of women in national parliaments. The Red Bourbon variety has been processed naturally, allowing the coffee beans to completely absolve the fruity and sweet aroma of the fruit. We taste notes of blueberries, rhubarb and black tea. When you drink this coffee, you will taste it, the African woman power.

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About the Farm

Café des Mamas is grown and processed in Rwanda by Agnes Mukamushinja and her team at the Nova Washing Station. What many don't know: The coffee industry is a women's business, except that women tend to work behind the scenes as pickers, sorters, farmers - so they do the real hard work. Agnes Mukamushinja has been the owner of Nova since 2013. She puts special focus on the quality of the coffees and the working conditions of her employees. With each passing year, Agnes is becoming more successful with this model and is gaining more independence for herself and her team at the Nova Washing Station.Agnes is convinced that women are at least as capable of running excellent farms. "Once the ladies are well off, the whole nation is well off!"She also supports her female employees outside of the coffee business, teaching them tailoring, for example, so that everyone is taken care of in the off-season. She covers treatment costs and provides electricity and water connections for neighboring houses. You can find out more about the project on the Nova Coffee website.

a few years
Agnes Mukamushinja
Type of Farm:
Womenproject - owner lead washing station

Region, Country: Gicumbi, RW
1.450 masl
Soil type: vulcanic soil
Fertilisation method: organic
Shadow Type: grown in shadow
Processing location:
on the farm
Number of varieties: different
Harvest season:
Mar - Jun

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