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We produce up to 9 different green coffees 

 

Our unique Natural, Washed, and Experimental Coffees 

What makes our coffee unique

Farming Community

Coffee for our community is more than just the beans. Coffee has created a strong bond within our community and has improved people's health as the biggest contributor to poverty reduction. This is a legacy that our family will continue to carry and promote. 

Strictly High Grown

Our coffee grows at an altitude ranging from between 1600- 2100 masl. Coffee beans grown at higher elevations are unique because at higher elevations the bean develops slowly, resulting in more nutrients being delivered to the coffee and therefore a more nutrient-dense bean.

Soil and Climate

Gasharu coffee plantations benefit from a rich soil silt-clay-sandy and silt-sandy with an acidic PH varying between 4.2-4.6, precipitation varying between 1200 to 1600 mm, and non-fluctuating temperatures varying between 18 -19 degrees Celsius and mountain natural spring for all sorts of coffee processing.

Proximity to Nyungwe Forest

Gasharu Coffee plantations are a stone’s throw from Nyungwe National Park.  The Nyungwe forest has a wide diversity of animal species, making it a priority for conservation in Africa. The park contains 13 primate species, a quarter of all Africa's primates total, 275 bird species, and 1068 plant species.  From the east side of the Nyungwe forest comes the source of Nile, the longest river in the world followed by Amazon.