Historically, Rwanda has been the 9th largest producer of arabica in Africa, with 500,000 small farms averaging less than 1 hectare each. Coffee is grown in the western part of the country and in the central area near the capital of Kigali.
It's a delicate coffee in some respects, cupped beside many Kenyas, but these subtle citric qualitites, interesting aromatics, and consistent high quality make it a much more interesting origin than Zambia and Zimbabwe. Almost all coffee from Rwanda is Bourbon but this is from 40 year old trees grown between 5500 and 6200 feet.
An interesting aromatic, floral, caramel to bitter sweet dark chocolate