This organic Rwanda Abakundakawa bean comes from the base of volcanoes in the Northern Province. Abakundakawa which means 'those who love coffee', is a cooperative founded in 1999 that has made lots of changes in the local community. Even giving all the members of the cooperative access to health insurance. This coop offers one of the best beans in Rwanda and is known for pioneering the organic conversion program in the country.
The Hingakawa Women's Association is also a part of Abakundakawa. These women organized themselves into women empowerment organizations and are slowly helping Rwanda women's emancipation and position in society climb. Hingakawa means "let us grow coffee" in Kinyarwanda. The women who are in the Abakundakawa cooperative are also the heads of their families. They carefully select and process coffee beans and fetch special premiums with extra incomes that support themselves and their families.
Flavor notes: Pineapple, bright lemon, grapefruit, berry, and a honey sweetness.
Roast level: Light
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