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Victoria Mukamurenzi

$ $24.00
Filter Roast
Honey sweetness with orange, black tea and an almond finish
Origin: Northern Province, Rwanda
Variety: red bourbon
Process: washed
Producer: Victoria Mukamurenzi
Relationship length: since 2023

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In addition we offer free Click and Collect from our Weston St Roastery in Brunswick East, Monday - Friday between 8am till 3pm. Orders are usually ready within 24 hours.

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This coffee has a honey sweetness, notes of date and orange, and an almond finish.

Some of the most inspiring and brilliant people we’ve met are the women we’re connected to through coffee in Rwanda. We deeply admire and continuously learn from their hard work and determination, and commitment to quality and community.

Victoria Mukamurenzi is one such woman. She grew up in a farming family and later joined forces with her husband to grow coffee. Their lives were transformed when they joined the Dukunde Kawa cooperative in 2002; they began to earn sustainable prices, and received agricultural and financial training. Victoria is also an integral member of the co-op’s Rambagirakawa Women’s Group, a collective of women coffee farmers who share crucial resources and support.

It’s extremely rare to be able to trace a Rwandan coffee to a single producer. We’re absolutely thrilled to have this delicious coffee from Victoria on offer this season. In the cup, you’ll find a honey sweetness with notes of orange and black tea and an almond finish.

This delicious Rwandan coffee is also available as part of a very special coffee and book bundle.
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Victoria Mukamurenzi (centre) with fellow Rambagirakawa member Belthilde Mukamwiza (left) and the group’s founder, Odette Murekatete.

Victoria grew this coffee on her small farm in Rwanda’s Northern Province.

At harvest time, Victoria delivers her ripe cherries to the Ruli washing station.

The coffee is wash-processed and then dried on raised beds for around two weeks.

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