Rwanda Maboro Washed


Starting at $7.00 / lb
As low as $5.75 / lb
raw green bean Green coffee is raw Roast prior to consumption

Sourced by La Minita from the Western Highlands of the country on the shores of Lake Kivu. La Minita works directly with selected coffee farmers and washing stations. Each of these washing stations purchase fruit directly from hundreds of small farmers. This fully washed Rwandan coffee bean has a balance of bright acidity and full-bodied with a taste of red apple, hibiscus, dried fig, berry fruitiness, sweet orange and cocoa.

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Coffee Bean Matrix Attributes

  • CountryRwanda
  • Organic CertificationNo
  • Fair Trade CertifiedNo
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • ProcessWashed
  • DecaffeinatedNo
  • Altitude (meters)1,700-1,900
  • Brightness:5
  • Body:6
  • Aroma:4
  • Complexity:4
  • Balance:6
  • Sweetness:4
  • Spicy:-
  • Chocolaty:medium bean
  • Nutty:-
  • Buttery:-
  • Fruity:heavy bean
  • Winey:bean
  • RegionWestern Highlands the shores of Lake Kivu
  • VarietyBourbon
  • HarvestMarch - June
  • DryingSun dried

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by on March 5, 2020

Update: excellent results in quickly cooling BEFORE 2nd crackle. Always a smooth final product. I've been letting it warm slowly to begin roast, then letting SR800 temp indicate 400 for a bit, then on to 415. I didn't let temp go above 430, and initiate a quick cooling prior to second crack. It appears to be a very consistent method. After beans rest for 2 or 3 days, a medium grind into an inverted AeroPress and brewing at 200 deg water produces very nice repeatable result.

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by on February 14, 2020

Best yet! I roast in an SR800, starting 2 mins lower heat (power 4) and strong airflow (8 or 9) to dry. Then slowly bring to 400 deg or so, then step again to 415-420 deg. At or after 1st crack allow temp to go 435-445. Once 2nd crack starts I keep it going a min of 30 secs & go to a fast cool, currently experimenting with more time at temp in 2nd crack. Have brewed it via ChemEx and a standard drip machine. Always very smooth and buttery and maybe a hint of sweetness or berry? Roasting many diff varieties over the years as a hobby, I just ordered my 1st 10lbs of this Rwanda Maboro and plan to always keep it on hand as my fav. Thanks to Coffeebeancorral as they had an order from me for many varieties. One had sold out and they gave me this to try! Wonderful!

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