The Cyangugu cooperative is located in the southern province in the heart of the mountains stretching from the Virunga Mountains on the Ugandan border to the Burundian border.
The equatorial climate of Rwanda is relatively temperate with an average temperature of 20 ° C thanks to the altitude and the two rainy seasons.
The coffee trees are grown on plots of about 1 hectare between 1700m and 2100m above sea level on volcanic soils. They benefit from natural shade linked to an extremely rich biodiversity , with over 200 different species of trees, as well as 300 species of birds. The combination of these natural factors ensures a slow maturation of the cherries and an optimal development of the Bourbon variety.
A flattering nose with chocolate notes and pronounced almonds. On the palate, the liqueur is full of aromas of pastry chocolate and almond paste. By cooling, the coffee is more fruity which brings complexity and richness to the cup.