Rwandan Unroasted Green Coffee Beans

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We offer beans that are A1 grade, 100% Arabica with predominately bourbon varietals. Hand-sorted and dried on raised beds. 

Specialty Grade Green Coffee (1):  Specialty green coffee beans have no more than 5 full defects in 300 grams of coffee.  No primary defects are allowed.  A maximum of 5% above or below screen size indicated is tolerated.  Specialty coffee m ust possess at least one distinctive attribute in the body, flavor, aroma, or acidity.  Must be free of faults and taints.  No quakers are permitted.  Moisture content is between 9-13%.

Ruli Mountain - Q-Grader's Score 85:

Located in the Gakenke District of northern Rwanda, Ruli Mountain is an area with high elevations and volcanic ash tucked in the hills surrounding the our Ruli Mountain washing station. In this region, farmers are typically small landholders, with between 75 and 200 coffee trees. Ruli coffee is known for its sweet, fruit-forward beans that showcase a bright acidity, balanced profile and tea-like body. 

Location
Ruli, Rwanda 
Elevation
6500 ft
Process
Washed
Cupping notes
Lemon, Honey, Strawberry

 

Peaberry - Q Grader's Score 86:

 

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Location
Ruli, Rwanda and Kivu, Rwanda
Elevation
6500 ft
Process
Washed
Cupping notes
Brown Sugar, Honey, Strawberry

 

Kivu Lake - Q Grader's Score 85.5:

These beans are produced by approx. 5000 farmers in communities nestled on the shores alongside our Kivu Lake washing station. Coffee from this region consistently wins the Rwandan Cup of Excellence, for its sweet, full-bodied character and complex profile. The combination of lakeside breezes and high elevation produces a flavorful cup. 

 

Location
Kivu, Rwanda
Elevation
5900 ft
Process
Washed
Cupping notes
Cherry, Vanilla, Floral

 

Nziza Collective - Q Grader's Score 86:

The Nziza Collective is made up of approx. 200 women who are sole supporters of the households. This micro-lot of Kivu Lake beans grown by these exceptional women are hand-sorted and separated to showcase their quality. 

Location
Kivu, Rwanda
Elevation
5900 ft
Process
Washed
Cupping notes
Honey, Nutmeg, Floral

 

  • (no) Organic Certification
  • (no) Fair Trade Certified
  • (no) Rainforest Alliance Certified
  • (no) Decaffeinated

If you are interested in a quote for 60k/132lbs. sacks in GrainPro bags contact  Alex@drinkcoffeedogood.com 

 

 

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Chris Bireley
Fantastic taste!

As the title says, these beans were unbelievably flavorful at a medium roast! Hints of spice and dark chocolate, and a very rich consistency.

My ONLY complaint is what I could say for both origins that I’ve tried with you guys. The amount of chaff that I have to sift from the beans by hand is way more than what I experience from other vendors. I’m guessing that it’s something to do with the beans’ process? It’s definitely worth the hassle for the taste and the cause, though!

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David Wilcox
Amazing coffee!

There's just something about this coffee - have roasted my own coffee for years and this is up there with the best beans I've ever used.

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Harlin Thomas

Rwandan Unroasted Green Coffee Beans

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Mark Bierman
Good quality, Good selection, Good experience

Very please with my purchase and will be ordering from them again.

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Mike Bireley
Very good!

Loved the coffee, came as described!

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Robin Norris
Ruli Mt the Best!

I think I'm the only customer who orders green beans, for home roasting. I have never been dissapointed with Ruli Mt green or LOATH. God bless what you do!

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Bradley Lutz
Great Beans

I love being able to purchase ethically sourced green coffee beans for roasting at home. The Ruli Mountain Pea Berry is my favorite of the Land of a Thousand Hills coffee beans.

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Timothy Swingle
Great flavor and supporting a great cause!

I wanted to try something different by roasting my own coffee beans and I am very happy with the results. The flavor was very good. I’ll buy more in the future.

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