This particular lot is solely produced and processed by women. The majority of work in coffee farming and processing is done by women but only a small percentage of the proceedings go to women despite their contributions to and responsibilities in their households. This coffee acknowledges women’s work in the coffee value chain. Urugori “women’s crown” is a crown that women in Rwanda are given after giving their first birth as a symbol of motherhood. It is a symbol of respect and recognition of their contribution to society. This coffee was processed as a natural and, as such, you can expect red fruits, citrus, stone fruit and a deep sweetness.
THIS COFFEE COLOUR IS
Great black or with milk.
Notes of nuts caramels,
a tiny bit on the bitter side (which might be either an issue or a quality, depending on what you like) but the filter version of this coffee delivers a nice coffee, especially when you have guests who are used to commercial-grade coffee and who might be used to the stronger body and flavors of more mainstream coffees.
Colour can intuitively communicate
how coffee tastes.
At THREE we communicate how our coffees taste through colour. We have grouped all of the
coffees we offer into three different colour groups, based on their sensory characteristics. This
makes it easy for you to find coffees you like.