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Zoom Rwanda, Coko - Light Roast Single Origin Peach Coffee Roasters
Zoom Rwanda, Coko Peach Coffee Roasters

Rwanda, Coko - Light Roast Single Origin

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Rwanda, Coko - Light Roast Single Origin



White Grape | Citrus | Spice

People are friendly in the South, so when we met Kula Project as neighbors in Atlanta, it was no surprise they came bearing gifts.

This Coco lot is a fantastic new release from Kula Project, and a delicious reminder that Rwanda has rightfully earned its place among the highest quality specialty coffee producers. It’s a single origin coffee that's both highly approachable and highly intriguing. Bright, fruity white grape leads at the forefront, with delightful flashes of citrus and spice.

This Rwanda coffee presents a delicious, mouth-filling flavor with fruit-forward white grape and citrus with a sweetly spiced finish and pleasant aftertaste. It brews a nicely balanced, delicious cup any time. Our certified Q Graders extract these notes through careful monitoring during the roasting process. With extreme precision, we achieve a balanced medium roast to tamper the acidity and highlight the natural sweetness in these Rwanda beans.


We were really impressed with this year’s harvest, as well as the outstanding work being done at Kula Project. This is a group dedicated to supporting women in Rwanda's coffee supply chain. More than a feel-good story, these folks are bringing unique specialty varietals to the market while cultivating new talent in Rwandan coffee production.

In addition to Kula's efforts, they also have extensive education programs designed to empower women in the community. We are incredibly proud to roast and serve this coffee to our communities.




There’s nothing better in life than a good neighbor and a hot cup of coffee!


Grown at an unusually high altitude, Rwandan coffee ripens much more slowly, giving fruits more time to develop a sweeter, juicier flesh.

Most coffees are naturally high in acidity, so we bring it down with a medium roast and increase the sweetness for a more well-balanced and complex cup.


After many years of Civil war and political strife, the small East African nation of Rwanda has established itself as a premiere source for high quality specialty coffee. Coffee from Rwanda is bright and sweet, with a natural acidity that is expertly balanced by our in-house roastmasters.

As certified Q Graders, our team undergoes rigorous training and testing to demonstrate highly attuned awareness of subtle changes in green coffee beans.



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Brewing Methods for Kula Project, Rwanda Coffee and Ratios:

Espresso - For Single Origins

  • Dose In: 20 grams of coffee
  • Dose Out: 60 Gram (Aiming for a 1:2 Ratio)
  • Overall Time: 35 Seconds (7 seconds pre-infusion and 28 Seconds Extraction)
  • Pre-infusion: 7 seconds at 1-2 bar of pressure
  • Extraction: 28 seconds at 9 bar of pressure
  • Water Temperature: 200f (93c)

Pour Over

  • 0.06 grams of coffee per 1 ml of water (Ex. 30 grams of coffee for 500 ml cup)
  • 200 f (93c) degree filtered water
  • Semi coarse grind (similar to sea salt), Dose a little heavy, grind coarser - it really brings out the nuance in the coffee
  • 4-minute brew time

*Note: These recommendations are just a starting point. Experiment with grind settings first to achieve your desired flavor before adjusting the coffee-to-water ratios.


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