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Rwandan Coffee: Beans & Ground Coffee

Rwandan Coffee: Beans & Ground Coffee

Prix habituel $20.00 USD
Prix habituel Prix soldé $20.00 USD
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Rwandan Coffee: Beans & Ground Coffee
Prix habituel $20.00 USD
Prix habituel Prix soldé $20.00 USD
One of Rwanda's greatest resources is their robust, flavorful coffee. Just below the equator, Rwanda's climate is between 60-80 degrees year round. Known as the land of 1000 hills, coffee and tea can be seen gracing the hillsides of the entire country.  One of the best places to grow coffee is in the Eastern province of Kubuye, which happens to be Immaculee's childhood home. Her father, Leonard, and mother, Rose planted and grew their own coffee that served and employed local community members. Their efforts truly embodied the meaning of caring for their community as is described in Immaculee's New York Times Best-Seller, Left to Tell. She wanted to honor her parents love of neighbor and hard work ethic to extend their legacy through sharing the best coffee with you and with the world.  This 100% Pure Arabica Rwanda coffee is like none other.

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Beans, Ground

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