Gateko - Rwanda
Gateko - Rwanda
Raspberry sherbet, Toffee, and Chamomile
There are 975 growers that deliver coffee to the Kabirizi Washing station and all grow their coffee in volcanic soil at altitudes between 1,500 and 2,000 masl. It is at the washing station that the coffee is depulped on the day of delivery and fermented dry for 12 hours and then given a 24-hour wet fermentation or a "soak," and then washed three times to remove the mucilage. Coffee is then dried in mechanical dryers or raised beds for about 2–3 weeks.
This omni roasted coffee with hints of raspberry sherbet, toffee and chamomile is a great example of the exceptional coffee grown in Rwanda. This coffee is best served black.
Region: Kabirizi Washing Station
Elevation: 1,500 - 2,000masl
PLEASE NOTE: Artem Coffee roast once a week. Your order must be received no later than 5pm CST Monday for dispatch on the Tuesday. Should you miss the cut-off you will need to wait till the following week for your goodies to be dispatched.
Roast ProfileRoast LevelMediumBrewing methods recommendedFeaturesSingle OriginBest served Black
Taste ProfileBright & FruityTasting Notes
Raspberry sherbet, Toffee, and ChamomileAcidity
Artem Coffee was established in 2017. The name Artem has it's roots in Greek mythology and is derived from Artemis, the Goddess of the Moon. The complementary symbol to the Moon (feminine) is the Sun (masculine), symbolising the two founders in their logo.
Artem coffee had humble beginnings as a coffee cart serving coffees at markets and events around Perth. Opening their first pop-up café in Fremantle and soon after it's first flagship café in Perth. More recently, they have opened a hole-in-the-wall coffee shop in Highgate.
Their goal is to consistently roast and serve the best tasting coffee with the intent of providing a memorable experience for all their customers.
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