Filter Box

This blend box consists of 5 sachets Rwanda Bosque and 5 sachets Costa Rica Don Claudio.


1. RWANDA BOSQUE

 Altitude1,800 -2,200 meters
 VarietalBourbon
 ProcessingWashed
 RegionHuye District
Tasting Notes
Tangerine, lemongrass, ginger, silky yet juicy

Limau tangerin, serai, halia


2. COSTA RICA DON CLAUDIO

 Altitude1,500 -2,000 MASL
 VarietalCaturra and Red Catuai
 ProcessingNatural Processed Sun Dried
 RegionBrunca, Perez Zeledon
Tasting NotesMelon, Hints of Jackfruit, 
Creamy with Green Apple Acidity and Cashew Finish


* Scroll down for brew guide

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RM46.00
1. RWANDA BOSQUE 

This was our first coffee out of Rwanda. And we're ecstatic to be bringing it back to our shelves as the quality keeps getting better by the year! Due to the unique characteristics of the land and climate, the producers have achieved exceptional coffee, having earned many rewards from the Rwanda Cup of Excellence in 2013 and 2014. Coffee cherries are delivered to local washing stations by 456 small farmers (90% of women averaging 200-300 coffee trees per farmer). Among the farmers are survivors of the Tutsi Genocide, including 20 women part of the Ngomatyazo Widows Association. Their involvement in the industry offers hope and comfort for the future. David Rubanzangabo, Huye’s founder, rewards each of the producer groups who deliver to the washing station with different perks from our social premium. This year, David is giving each producer group access to health insurance as part of the incentive-based system which encourages farmers to continue to improve quality.


2. COSTA RICA DON CLAUDIO

If you have ever had a cup of our Costa Rica coffee, you've experienced something great. The Don Claudio coffee is picked in the area of La Piedra De Rivas and for this particular lot, only the ripe cherries are picked during the central part of the harvest. The main varieties are Caturra and Red Catuai, along with some heirloom varieties. The history of Coopeagri started in the 60s. During that period the area of Perez Zeledon had terrible road infrastructure so the commercialization of the coffee was very difficult and it was in the hands of private companies. In November 1962, a group of men gave birth to a cooperative organization called Coopezeledon, with 391 associated coffee producers. The board of directors was led by Claudio Gamboa, and the name of this coffee was given in his honour: Don Claudio


BREW GUIDE


STEP 1: Tear the top of the coffee filter bag along dotted lines.
   
             

STEP 2: Pull out the hangers from both sides of the coffee filter bag, and place it onto your coffee jug/mug.

             

STEP 3: Slowly pour hot water through (92°C -96°C / 160ml - 220ml)  

             
  

STEP 4: Remove the coffee bag

             
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