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Rwanda Kinini | Blueberry & Mango

Rwanda Kinini | Blueberry & Mango

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Introducing Lost Sheep Coffee: Rwanda Kinini 

Indulge in the tasting notes of Blueberry, Chocolate, & Mango with this exquisite coffee from Rwanda. Perfect for both filter coffee and espresso lovers, this specialty brew boasts a tempting combination of fruity and sweet notes. With a high cup score of 86.5, this coffee is sure to impress the most discerning palates.


Origin: Rwanda

Region: Rusiga

Producer : Kinini

Altitude: 2000 MASL


Varietal: Bourbon, BM139, BM71, Jackson

Process: Natural

Cupping Notes : Blueberry, Chocolate, Mango, Fruity and Sweet

Cup Score : 86.5


This makes a great AeroPress!

  1. Set up your AeroPress inverted!
  2. Add 16g medium fine grinds
  3. Pour on 220g 95 degree water
  4. Stir 3-4 times.
  5. Rinse paper in top cap and screw it in.
  6. Brew for 2 minutes
  7. Carefully flip with cup included and slowly plunge for 30 seconds!
  8. Enjoy!  


In 2012, 38 of the 252 hectares in the Northern Province of Rwanda were planted with Bourbon Mayaguez 139 seedlings, 2,000-2,500 in each hectare. This totalled nearly half a million new trees, and access to nurseries and supply of new trees continues.

This regeneration was led by Jacquie Turner and Malcolm Clear. Not just limited to new trees, new roads were built to improve access for the many farmers that have to deliver their days picking to the washing station by 4pm in order to maintain quality.

Coffee is depulped on a 4 disc McKinnon pulper, there are a number of tanks for fermentation both with and without water, leading to channels to both the soaking tanks and then down to the drying beds.

Each raised bed comes with its own marker to ensure microlot traceability and yellow tarpaulin for quick covering in case of rain.

The Improvements now encompass a roasting facility, covered with a donation from our Full Circle event, the introduction of natural and other processing methods in 2019, and more recently a worm bed for turning the coffee cherry into organic fertiliser. There are plans for space to welcome visitors and provide somewhere to stay when visiting.

Satellite technology is used to monitor leaf glare from the trees -any changes can be a sign of disease or infestation and early detection pays dividends when it comes to clean cups and good green.

We roast all of our coffee beans in small batches - we want to make sure you get the best beans for your brew. This means we're roasting Monday to Friday so your caffeine delivery will contain coffee that is freshly roasted and ready to enjoy! 

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