Varieties: Arabica JBM (Typica) and Bourbon
Treatment: Wet processed
Grower: Various small scale farms around the Ngula micro mill under the umbrella of the CPNCK cooperative
Altitude: 1600-1800 masl
Village: Idjwi Island
Roast profile: Light for pour over. Medium-dark for espresso (choose roast profile at check out)
Taste notes: Sweetness, adventure and clean, crisp air
123 SEK ≈ € 12 ≈ ¥ 1599
The coffee comes from the small island of Idjwi in Lake Kivu between Congo and Rwanda. This calm, lush island is home to a number of tiny coffee farms, all situated at 1600 - 1800 mass and producing very high quality coffee. Due to their sizes, these farms have joined forces in a cooperative, where they together own a few washing stations. One of these washing stations is called Ngula, which is where the coffee in this bag comes from. The coffee berries are picked by hand when they are perfectly ripe, then collected to the washing station to get fully washed.
Craft roasted by hand in Sweden.