With an Agtron reading of 63, BeanFruit Coffee Co.’s Rwanda Kiroero carefully produces a medium-light roast that balances dark and light, smoky and bright flavors in a subtle, medium-bodied cup. There’s no oily sheen on the surface of a properly roasted medium roast, which gives it a different mouth feel from a dark roast.
Adding Bourbon as one of the main ingredients in BeanFruit Coffee Co.’s Rwanda Kiroero gives it a deep and buttery chocolate flavor, as well as a sweet and slightly fruity taste. Generally, Bourbon plants have fewer coffee cherries per plant than other types of coffee plants, which makes them less common.
BeanFruit Coffee Co.’s Rwanda Kiroero is processed using a special method known as the Wet-hulled coffee processing method. Wet-hulled processed coffees are known for their extremely rich and strong body, but devoid of sweetness and with really low acidity. They may have a slight tobacco profile, but when we think of wet-hulled coffees, we think of average, inconsistent flavors. A very humid environment makes this method ideal. While the intense flavor of wet-hulled coffee isn’t for everyone, it makes for an interesting single-origin coffee for adventurous coffee drinkers.
Rwanda Kiroero is a well-established brand when it comes to coffee. Their operations are based in Jackson, Mississippi but they source their coffee beans from Boneza, Rwanda to produce Rwanda Kiroero. If you want more information regarding the roasters, you can get in with them by contacting them on 601-624-2605 or by visiting their website www.beanfruit.com.