Rwanda Kibirizi Lot 2

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Rwanda Kibirizi Lot 2

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This beautiful fresh crop Rwanda jumped off the cupping table, slapped me in the face, and then gave my tongue a big ol’ bear hug.

origin: Nyamagabe, Rwanda
elevation: 1600 - 1700 MASL
process: washed
variety: red bourbon
harvest: 2016
cupping notes: rhubarb + fig + caramel

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ABOUT PERC COFFEE
Foxy Loxy Cafe and it's affiliates are proud to exclusively sell and serve locally roasted PERC Coffee. PERC Coffee searches the world for insanely awesome coffees. Sourcing seasonally ensures the coffee is always at the peak of its potential. They craft unique roast profiles to highlight each coffee’s natural wonders. Their passion and attention to detail extend beyond the roast. In everything they do, from seed to cup and every stop between, they are driven to deliver memorable experiences.


A NOTE FROM THE ROASTER
As I mentioned earlier, this coffee made a big impression on the dudes and me. We cupped it on a table full of killers, and this was the one almost everyone pointed to. Taylor liked the other lot a tiny bit more, but we all gave him noogies until he reneged - then it was unanimous! Kibirizi is bright and tangy with notes of rhubarb, apricot, and fig and an elegant sugary-sweet finish. It’s just flat out awesome.

BREW RECOMMENDATIONS
Let’s go with the Hario V60 with this one. Toss 28g of coffee in the top and pour 430g of water over the top. Shoot for a brew time of3:15. You’ll get a cup that is as exciting and vibrant as it is sweet and comfy.


IMPORTER’S NOTES:
We have two incredible lots from Kibirizi, which also come from a new washing station in its first year of operation, this one in Rwanda’s southern province in the district of Nyamagabe. Built and operated by two farmers from the area who wanted more control over the processing to preserve and improve quality, they are now processing cherry from their own 20,000 coffee trees along with cherry from neighboring farmers. These profiles are bursting with red fruit from dried cherry to raspberry to cranberry and have layers of sweetness — cane sugar, apricot jam, and creme brûlée, with elegant rhubarb and hibiscus notes.