How It Tastes
Irrepressibly floral and densely fruity, with elegant brightness lifting the cup. Roasted to medium perfection, the flavors shine whether brewed hot or cold, but we finessed the roast knowing that we’d be enjoying this in the height of summer. Its juicy nature just calls out to be quaffed as a cold brew.
It’s part of the whole story of Rwanda coffees—they just keep tasting better and better. It’s a story that embraces sustainable partnerships, improving agronomy, and a radiant future.
We continue to return to Rwanda, relishing the unique character of the coffee grown there, knowing our support and enjoyment impacts the people who grow it. There’s a connectivity in coffee. As we taste, we explore. As it grows, we grow.
‘Izuba’ means ‘sun’ in Kinyarwanda, one of the languages spoken where this bright coffee is grown. To name this coffee after the sun that warms and ripens the coffee cherries just fits. It speaks to the warm and uplifting flavor of this coffee, and the communities who grow it.