Red apple & honey

Sold out. This is the first of a slew of extremely delicious coffees we're bringing in from Rwanda this year. It is juicy, complex, lingering and very tasty.

Remera is a washing station owned by producers, Epiphanie and her son Samuel Muhirwa. They began operating around mid 2000 and from the beginning have focused on quality. This washing station is in the South of Rwanda, in the Nyamagabe district

Kibirizi is a local neighborhood in the surrounding area of the Remera washing station. The cherry grown and produced by the farmers in this area is kept separately and processed at Remera washing stations to create this lot.

Samuel is very forwarding thinking in the ways he is developing the work done at Remera washing station, he has also intentionally spent time in other producing countries to learn alternative and improved techniques in processing coffee. Nordic Approach has been working with Samuel on some experiments and lot separation and they have found that the micro regions surrounding the washing station have unique and recognisable flavour attributes. At Remera he has invested in drying techniques by builging a massive steel structure with different levels for shade drying parchment.

  • Rwanda

  • Nyamagabe

  • Remera

  • Epiphanie and Samuel Muhirwa

  • Kibrizi

  • Red Bourbon

  • Fully washed & sun-dried on raised beds

  • 1900 masl

  • 2017

  • Nordic Approach

  • 92 NOK pr kg

  • light to medium (ideal as a lively sweet espresso or a rich and full filter coffee)

  • 250g bags

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