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Cappojim Rwanda Rulindo Tumba

Cappojim Rwanda Rulindo Tumba
 
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Model
c6-6101
Quantity in stock
6 item(s) available
Weight
1.00 lbs
MPN
cappojim-c6-610
Cappojim's Price:
$12.35
Roast Level
Quantity (6 available)

Tumba has been a coffee on my radar for years. When I first tasted it, the sweetness and bright acidic snap in the cup made a great impression. But at the time I noticed varied quality from one cup to the next, and a lack of consistency can mean problems in the processing. For a coffee buyer, it signifies that what you taste now might not be what you get upon importation. The backstory at the time was Tumba Station was a private processing wet mill that had 2 owners with very different ideas of quality and how to run a mill. Fast forward 5 years, and we found ourselves purchasing Tumba for the first time under a different light. A local teacher in the Tumba area for which the mill is named, had taken over all aspects, and the coffee was consistent in every cup ... and amazingly good! Venustre Mugraneza, the teacher, is esteemed in the local community and has been systematically improving the mill. The best coffee cherries (those that make up this lot) are dried in a special area of raised beds and receive focused handpicking by the farmers. Tumba is situated at 1825 meters in the Rulindo district, where we also source our excellent Cocatu Cooperative lots.

The dry fragrance has an orange spice smell, laced with raw sugary sweetness, and a clove accent. A deep sweetness blossoms in the wet aroma and comes off like a mix of sugars browning in a pan, along with a lovely citrus smell. While the fragrance and aroma have delicate aspects to them, the brewed coffee is much more substantial. The sweetness is marked by more of the torched sugar aspects all along the recommended roast range and light to middle roasts are fruited with accents of red raisin, bergamot citrus and tamarind hard candy (OK, tamarind is technically a legume, I think). The finish at City and City+ displays a smattering of baking spice notes along with a tannic affect like black tea that lends to a tea-like acidic impression too. Tumba's sweetness holds up to darker roast levels too, producing delicious dark chocolate roast tones, with cinnamon stick, dried date and spiced cocoa flavor in the finish. Full City roasts make a sweet, and chocolate-laden espresso shot too, mouthfeel the weight of soy milk, and fruit/spice flavor note that reminds me of Dr. Pepper.



 

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