There are only a few days left and I cannot believe the variety of single origin beans we have here at Teasia. Next up is Teasia’s Rwanda coffee.
Here’s some background about how these beans are grown. Grown by Lake Kivu which is 1,500-1,900 meters above sea level, these beans are clean and brightly flavored compared to the best Central America coffees and are more balanced than Kenya’s.
I was instantly hit with a bold, yet pleasant aroma of dark chocolate with each whiff I took. First of let me tell you this isn’t as smooth of a coffee like the rest I’ve tried so far, but surprisingly the taste of it isn’t bitter or acidic which is something I could really appreciate when it comes to drinking coffee. The flavor of the coffee once hitting my tongue was too way strong for me. I can’t see myself drinking this coffee on a regular basis due to the rich flavors, which I am not a fan of, but if you’re someone who enjoys a good wake-up jolt in the mornings, I would highly recommend this coffee for the flavor just that reason alone.
This is a great pick me up coffee which would pair nicely with a jelly filled donut!