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Made by Union of farmers, Roasters,Tasters and drinkers

This is vision of Union roasters company from UK

Hello, we’re Union. We’ve been sourcing, roasting, living and loving good coffee since 2001.We find and work directly with talented farmers, paying them a fair price so they can invest in their farm, families, and workers It’s called Union Direct Trade. Those fair prices, and our investment in smallholder farmers, make our specialty coffee extra special. We hand-roast our coffee in small batches. Tiny, carefully-tended batches. To us, roasting is an art. And it shows. All our coffees are scored 84 and above on the SCAA’s international scale – the definitive measure of coffee quality. And our micro-lots? (Small quantities of rare, incredible coffees, grown in the best conditions possible.) Those typically score more than 88.

Therefore they have worked together with Rwashoscco how they can get the best quality of green coffee in Rwanda. Today we have hosted  RUDY HUEMER his Quality Manager/Q Grader. we had a good time since he has arrived in Rwanda. our cooperatives are working hard to produce the good quality and to produce more that can be affordable with our customer. New crop 2017 we are really happy to work

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Selection for cup of excellence in Rwashoscco

Rwashoscco is ready to Host delegation from around the world to celebrate 10 years in coffee business Rwashoscco started pre selection on 4th July 2016 they selected the best coffee in the different lot from cooperatives

last week they have selected most coffee was clean , sweetness, honey, etc… today it is last day of cupping because by Thursday of this week the best cupper from around the world they will have time to cup best coffee from cooperatives in Rwashocco

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Melbourne Coffee Merchants Australia have visited Rwashoscco

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Coffee business now is growing in Rwanda in times of keeping the quality and the customer. Rwashoscco, our object is producing the best coffee quality therefore Rwashoscco become the Best Coffee exporters in Africa.

Melbourne coffee from Australia has partnership with rwashocco as years ago that is why their clients also they want to know exactly where coffee comes from and how the cooperatives they produce the good quality. Since from last Saturday the 6 members from Australia they visited the different coops which are Maraba, Musasa, and Bufcoffe among 6 cooperatives are in Rwashoscco.

 

 

 

They have visited the washing stations which are Mbilima, Ruli from Northern Province. A Musasa cooperative produces more coffee in Rwanda.

Rwashoscco we are proud to have more visitors and to have new client our ambition is to continue look the best future in specialty coffee

Please if you want more details visit our website and stay in touch with us for twitter.com/rwashoscco

 

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partnership between RWASHOSCCO and Kaffee-Kooperative.

We are happy to announce the partnership between Kaffee-Kooperative.de of Germany and Rwashoscco of Rwanda. This partnership comes as an initiative by the two partners to promote value addition for the export market in order to increase the farmers’ banefits.  
Kaffee-Kooperative.de   imports the famous roasted and packaged premium “Café de Maraba” coffee from Rwanda, and retails it in Germany. We are an international team that wants to change the distribution of Fairtrade organic coffee. We import the finished roasted and packaged coffee so that the entire value chain remains with the production process at our capable partner Rwashoscco in Rwanda.
Café de Maraba coffee is a wonderfully mild yet aromatic tasty coffee from the volcanic mountains of Rwanda – the land of a thousand hills. We take pride in the ladies and gentlemen who uphold the quality of our coffee right from the production fields, washing and grading at Musasa Dukundekawa cooperative and roasting and packaging in Kigali with the new state-of-the art roastery at Rwashoscco.
From Kigali it goes to Germany ready for the cup. The Kaffee-Kooperative.de online shop is now open and we are taking orders:
Enjoy your coffee!
Angelique (Managing Director, Rwashoscco) and Allan & Xaver (Founders, Kaffee-kooperative.de)

 

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MUSASA Cooperatives

The company was created in 2005, towards the end of PEARL/USAID project. The Idea came from Timothy Schilling, then Chief of Party PEARL/USAID. The Idea was to leave behind a farmer’s umbrella organization or company that will handle all marketing and export logistics and strengthen the management and leadership of primary cooperatives.

The company was created in 2005, towards the end of PEARL/USAID project. The Idea came from Timothy Schilling, then Chief of Party PEARL/USAID. The Idea was to leave behind a farmer’s umbrella organization or company that will handle all marketing and export logistics and strengthen the management and leadership of primary cooperatives.

The company was created in 2005, towards the end of PEARL/USAID project. The Idea came from Timothy Schilling, then Chief of Party PEARL/USAID. The Idea was to leave behind a farmer’s umbrella organization or company that will handle all marketing and export logistics and strengthen the management and leadership of primary cooperatives.

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Best Roasted Coffee in Rwanda

CAFÉ DE MARABA

Is a finest Arabica roasted coffee for the local market under brand name “Cafe de Maraba”.

Maraba’s coffee plants are the Bourbon variety of the Coffea arabica species and are grown on fertile volcanic soils on high-altitude hills. The fruit is handpicked, mostly during the rainy season between March and May, and brought to a washing station in Maraba, where the coffee beans are extracted and dried. At several stages, the beans are sorted according to quality. The farmers receive credits based on the amount and quality of the beans they provide.

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Cafe de Maraba Brand from RWASHOSCCO

Maraba coffee 

Maraba coffee (Kinyarwanda: Ikawa ya Maraba; French: Café de Maraba) is grown in the Maraba area of southern Rwanda.

Maraba’s coffee plants are the Bourbon variety of the Coffea arabica species and are grown on fertile volcanic soils on high-altitude hills. The fruit is handpicked, mostly during the rainy season between March and May, and brought to a washing station in Maraba, where the coffee beans are extracted and dried. At several stages, the beans are sorted according to quality. The farmers receive credits based on the amount and quality of the beans they provide.

About 2,000 smallholder farmers grow the coffee plants under the Abahuzamugambi cooperative, founded in 1999. Since 2000, the cooperative has been supported by the National University of Rwanda (NUR) and the PEARL. The cooperative has improved coffee quality and penetrated the speciality market.