Tropic Coffee's Rwanda (Cyato) coffee is setting a new precedent in the world of coffee.
Tropic Coffee supports local washing station Cyato, a family-owned business, with an ethical and sustainable business model that prioritises transparency across the supply chain of farmers, clients, and roasters. This translates to better coffee to taste -as farmers are educated to work with the land and utilise clean production methods that promote biodiversity and eliminate use of synthetic fertiliser and pesticides.
Cyato washing station, Nyamasheke District, Western province of Rwanda
Coffee tasting notes: Plum, Vanilla, Butterscotch, Noughat
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