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Rwanda Cyumba [Medium Roast]

Fruity aroma, taste of white grape, orange and green apple, mango cake-like milky sweetness and accompanying aftertaste.



Country: Rwanda
Process: Funky Natural 72hrs
Region: Muganza, Mugombwa, Gisagara
Variety: Bourbon
Altitude: 1,580-1,700m    
Flavor Notes: White grape, Orange, Green apple, Mango cake, Milk chocolate

*Roasting start date: 28th May

*1kg packaging will be in our wholesale bags.

Size: 250g

Details

Conical Dripper:

Dripper: Hario V60 Dripper
Coffee : Water Ratio: 14g : 200g
Water temp.: 91℃
Grind: Coarse

Step by step:

00:00~ 40g(Total: 40g)
00:40~ +60g(Total: 100g)
01:10~ +50g(Total: 150g)
01:40~ +50g(Total: 200g)

Finish brew: Approx. 02:30

Check out Kurasu Coffee Brew Guide for more information!


Flat Bed Dripper:

Dripper: Kalita Wave Dripper
Coffee : Water Ratio: 14g : 200g
Water temp.: 92℃
Grind: Coarse

Step by step:

00:00~ 30g(Total: 30g)
00:40~ +30g(Total: 60g)
01:10~ +140g(Total: 200g)

Finish brew: Approx. 02:05 to 02:15

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Conical Dripper:

Dripper: Hario V60 Dripper
Coffee : Water Ratio: 14g : 150g
Water temp.: 91℃
Ice cubes: 70g
Grind: Medium fine

Step by step:

00:00~ 40g(Total: 40g)
00:40~ +60g(Total: 100g)
01:10~ +50g(Total: 150g)

Finish brew: Approx. 02:10

Check out our Japanese Iced Coffee Recipe for more information!

It's a funky natural process time of the year people!

This beautiful coffee from the village of Cyumba in Rwanda spends a whole 3-day fermentation process, developing its distinct, unique aroma reminiscent of green grape and cacao nib.

What makes this even more special is that it still has a satsuma like flavor and mellow sweetness typical of Rwandan coffee, and those two very different natures work wonder with each other, not against- making a "funky" and unique final cup.

The perfect and balanced combination of everything reminds me of Taiwanese pineapple cake- if you have had one before, I'm sure you'll see what I mean.

It's also a type of coffee that pairs well with Japanese sweets too. Try it out for an afternoon coffee break.

Takuya, Head roaster

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