Easy, peasy, lemon-squeezy! This cup hails from Abakundakawa, a leading Rwandan co-op known for its female leadership and super-clean coffees. Delicate and juicy, this roast is a rosy spin on the classic, tea-like profile of washed African beans.
Joseph D. Gordon
||★★★★★||★★★★★ A little different but really good. Black tea taste, with a hint of citrus and red fruit. Very pleasant and smooth to drink.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Light, tea-like body with a citrus juiciness to it. It's clean, smooth and teeters right on balance of sweet and tart. Very suitable as a nice, relaxing night brew.|
Gunner James Sandifer
||★★★★★||★★★★★ Nothing really stood out about this this one. But still better than your local chained coffee shop.. I still appreciate the effort of making my own coffee and these beans are still very great! Enjoyed this cup but nothing really changed my life here.|
||★★★★★||★★★★★ This was my least favorite of the month and the least favorite of all Ladro coffees I have ever tried. Flavor profile was forgettable.|