NAVI is the Star that gives its name to all the batches of coffee produced by Emmanuel Rusatira -Baho Coffee- at its Fuji washing station located in the Kizi Rift coffee region, specifically in the Nyaruguru coffee-growing district. The batches are differentiated by their different characteristics in terms of taste, aroma and processing, with each washing station named after a star to name its batches, thus forming a large coffee universe.
Tool developed by Mare Terra Coffee
Nuts, Sugars, Red fruits / Berries, Chocolaty, Tropical fruits, Stone fruits, Lactic, and Other fruits
Apricot, Roasted hazelnut, Cocoa, Raspberry, Strawberry, Kiwi, Green apple, Passion fruit, Honey, and Yogurt
· Cherries received
· Sorting by ripeness
· Anaerobic fermentation in cherry
· Outdoor drying
Emmanuele Rutsatira is the owner of Baho Coffee is a family business, Emmanuele, has a lot of experience in the sector as he had previously worked for a coffee exporting group in Rwanda for 15 years. In 2016 he started his project, Emmanuelle’s goal was to find washing stations in different areas of Rwanda to offer the different profiles produced at origin. Baho Coffee currently has 12 washing stations throughout the country where they process cherries to ensure the quality of their products. The name ‘Baho’ comes from an expression that means, ‘to have life, to be strong and to overcome adversities’, Emmanuele feels reflected with this expression because after much effort he managed to get his family ahead and today is a businessman who works alongside coffee growers to empower them and improve day by day.
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