Serving Ruli Mountain Coffee at Ruli

Ruli Mountain. It’s the name of our signature roast: apricot sweetness, cinnamon notes, tea-like body. Like an African breeze in a cup. It’s the location of our primary coffee washing station, where cherries from several surrounding communities are bought and processed under the watchful eyes of Manu and Glorious. It’s a community of farmers and […]

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Mosquito Nets for Rwanda – a Celebration of Past Success and Future Goals

On June 10th, 2016, an urgent email was sent out. Just a few days before one of our team members was booked to fly to Rwanda, we found out that many of the communities we work with faced a common problem – mosquitos. Carriers of devastating diseases, mosquitoes present a vivid threat to those who live […]

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The Bwenda Water Project

  Our coffee washing station is embedded in the heart of some of the poorest rural areas in Rwanda, and for ten years that has informed our mission. We see coffee as both the means and the end – incredible coffee whose value directly translates back to the farmer, their families, and their communities. This year […]

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How to Order Coffee in American Sign

Coffee can be a common language for a community, linking people together over a mutually enjoyed experience. We’re constantly delving into new ways to talk about coffee, because more ways to talk opens more doors to more people. Today we intersect with the deaf community by exploring a few coffee-related words in American Sign Language! […]

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A Cup of Coffee with: Our Founder, Jonathan Golden

Friends, this year we celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary! Our founder, Jonathan Golden, will be taking some time each month to chat with someone who has become important to us over the years, as part of celebrating how far we’ve come, and setting our sights on where we’re going. However, to kick things off – we interview […]

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