About Your Coffee
|REGION||Ngoma Sector, Nyaruguru District, Rwanda|
Complex yet easy sweetness with a soft mouth feel.
Slight nuttiness with a hint of cinnamon.
Our latest coffee is exceedingly special as it marks a new level of traceability for our offerings at Others. To achieve this we worked with Sundog Trading -- a specialty coffee importer who works exclusively with Emmanuel Rusatira, owner of Baho Coffee in Rwanda. As a result of the amazing relationship Sundog has developed with Baho, we now have access to a wealth of information regarding the cultivation of your coffee.
To start, "Fugi" gets its name from the washing station at which it was processed. Located in the Southern Province of Rwanda, Fugi is nestled between the Nyungwe National Forest and the border of Burundi. The producer group (farmers) responsible for this coffee is made up of farmers who've been growing coffee their entire lives. Many of the contributing farmers are elderly, cultivating coffee for over 40 years. In fact, the producer group was given the name "Warakoze Musaza" which roughly translates to "thank you old man" in Kinyarwanda, as a sign of respect and homage for the age and experience of its members.
If you think that was a lot, just know that we summarized as much as we could to make it more digestible. We sincerely hope you enjoy the unique profile of this coffee as we hope to expand our relationship with Sundog and Baho over the coming years.
|REGION||Sul de Minas, Brazil|
|VARIETIES||Mundo Novo, Catuai, Icatu, Bourbon|
If you know us you know we LOVE our Ethiopian coffees. One thing we love about them is their characteristically fruity notes and this particular one is BERRY fruity *da-dum-tss*! Bad dad jokes aside, this is a delicious coffee to be enjoyed hot or cold -- we recommend an iced pour over if you're up for it. The strawberry and peach notes remind us of our favorite summer refreshments -- strawberry shortcake ice cream and peach iced tea!
|VARIETIES||Bourbon, Caturra, Mundo Novo|
Our beloved Mexican coffee has returned just in time for summer! The profile we chose for roasting resulted in a coffee that is light and complex enough for our black coffee drinkers yet bold enough to stand up to a bit of added dairy or non-dairy.
We taste notes of dark chocolate, lime, cranberry, and nuts—but that’s just what WE taste. We encourage you to brew your coffee the way you like it and draw your own conclusions.
Our coffee is a regional blend from various small farmers in the Chiapas region and milled at Finca Monte Azul. Chiapas is the southernmost coffee growing region in Mexico with an ideal climate and altitude for mild and sweet coffees.
Here's a video we found produced by Finca Monte Azul!