Grace Hightower and Coffees of Rwanda

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Grace Hightower is best known for being married to Academy Award-winning actor Robert De Niro. But she's more than a celebrity spouse. Grace is a dedicated philanthropist, and one of her greatest causes is Grace Hightower and Coffees of Rwanda.

Grace Hightower and Coffees of Rwanda combines great business with great communities. Inspire by the spirit of the Rwandan people in the aftermath of a brutal civil war, Coffees of Rwanda celebrates and supports the coffee farmers of this beautiful African country.

Grace Hightower and Coffees of Rwanda is dedicated to creating an extraordinary cup of coffee. Their cherries are hand selected and picked at their ripest, and then sorted by hand at least four times to ensure only the highest quality cherries are used.

Coffees are cupped before and after roasted to ensure vibrant flavors and each batch is roasted for a perfect cup every time.

Grace Hightower and Coffees of Rwanda comes in four flavors:

Medium Light Roast

This exciting offering is lightly roasted to highlight the delicate sweetness and light floral notes naturally found in coffees from Rwanda. This silky smooth coffee is perfect to enjoy all day.

Medium Dark Roast

Offering a classic character in the cup, experience this coffee with its full, but balanced, body that is accentuated with a touch of bittersweet chocolate. This coffee is great for all-day drinking, or as a refined espresso.

Signature Selection

Selected from small producers who exemplify the finest cultivation practices, this coffee is custom roasted to highlight its unique flavor characteristics. Signature Series Coffees are available in limited quantities, and will change throughout the year.

Espresso Roast

Roasted to bring out a deeper body and to maximize the sweetness and depth of flavor found in the high grown coffees of Rwanda, this coffee will make a perfect well-balanced Espresso, or a bold drip cup.

Learn more about this remarkable coffee and about how you can help preserve Rwanda's coffee tradition at their website.



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