Westrock Coffee Company uses coffee that is a direct trade to cultivate long-term relationships with the farmer who grow the coffee to personally connect with farmers to offer higher compensation based on the coffee’s quality as well as training and educational opportunities. I was sent some single serve coffees to review Kuvu Bold that is crafted to perfection to balance both the sweet and smoky attributes with hints of walnut that nicely compliments the brown sugar dark roast coffee. This coffee came from Vestine, our farmers partner in Coshaco, Rwanda Vestine Mukangayiboshya is a mother of four boys and a dedicated coffee farmer. Vestine dreamed of becoming a coffee farmer since she was much younger, but was not able to afford the land needed to start her own farm. When her husband recognized the value that coffee.
East Africa Blend from Rwanda is a medium-dark roast that is rich & robust that is sweet and nutty with flavors of roasted chestnuts and hints of milk chocolate. Is from Andre Nshogoza who put himself through trade school with the profits from farming in Gikomero, Rwanda.
Rwanda Select Reserve is a dark roast coffee that boasts the rich flavor of smoky cedar with hints of black currant. From the dry fragrance of crisp apple to the wet aroma of light lemon, the coffee is sure to delight the senses of the adventurous palate. This is from Ernest Nsablemana has been a coffee farmer for twenty-seven years and currently tends a farm with 178 coffee trees in Gikomero, Rwanda.
My Opinion: I like the mission of Westrock Coffee Company and the different flavor options along with all the coffee being 100% Arabic beans. The coffees are not as dark as my husband liked but they are good.
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