Notes: Nectarine, Honey, Lemon
Region: Northern Province, Gakenke District, Ruli
Altitude: 1,600-1,800 masl
A reverberation, or reverb for short, is the continuation of a sound after its initially produced. After the sound is released, it does not disappear but rather reflects, until it eventually dissipates, leaving a lingering impression on the listener.
Working closely with Artisan Coffee Imports, this coffee is 100% women-grown through the Dukundekawa Women's Cooperative in the Gakenke District in Ruli. The coffee itself is grown by the farmers at Rambagirakawa which translates to "professional women owning and growing coffee trees". The funds generated from the sale of their coffee not only supports the farmers but also goes towards various initiatives, in particular the Days for Girls project which helps provide feminine hygiene products to school-age girls and others in the local community. We are proud to support the women that grow and process this delicious coffee!
In addition to being grown and processed by women, this coffee is certified Fair Trade and Rainforest Alliance organic.
Three Keys Coffee speaks a language that’s sophisticated yet accessible to everyone who’s willing to slow down and share a cup.