|Roaster Location:||Madison, Wisconsin|
|Coffee Origin:||Nyamagabe district, Southern Province, Rwanda|
|Est. Price:||$15.95/12 ounces|
|Review Date:||April 2019|
|Acidity /Structure :||8|
Blind Assessment: Roundly savory, sweet, quiet. Almond, pine, lightly cooked taro with hints of orange zest and plum blossom in aroma and cup. Gently sweet-savory in structure; very lightly satiny in mouthfeel. The finish is lightly crisp with pungent hints of pine.
Notes: Produced from trees of local strains of the heirloom Bourbon variety of Arabica. Epiphanie Mukashyaka established the now famous Bufcafe washing station or wet mill following the Rwandan genocide. Processed by a Rwandan version of the wet or “washed” method, in which skin and fruit flesh are removed from the beans or seeds before they are dried. JBC Coffee Roasters’ vision is simple: “let the coffee lead the way” through sourcing and roasting the best and most unique coffees available and rewarding the farmers who grow those coffees with substantial premiums. Visit www.jbccoffeeroasters.com or call 608-256-5282 for more information.
The Bottom Line : A quiet coffee with a very distinct savory sweetness. Those who avoid assertively bright coffees may enjoy its restraint.