As you know, I am all in for Rugby and for COOFFEEE! So are my girlfriends in Uganda. I learn so much from them including about other coffees in Africa. Did you know that there is more to African coffee than just COOFFEEE?
More than COOFFEEE?
There is so much great coffee out there; especially from African countries like Burundi, Ethiopia, Rwanda, DRC, Kenya, Uganda … to only name a few. Because, yes, Africa is a continent and consists of 54 countries.
So let me spread the word about African coffees and talk more and get more involved with women in coffee in Africa. For the next few months you will be able to by other African coffees through our website!
How it works.
I write to friends and family around the world to recommend their favorite cafés, roasters, and coffee shops that ideally have an online shop and sell African coffees.
I contact them, explain what we do, work out a deal and start selling their coffee for a specific amount of time, too.
I will continue to donate 3 Euro per bag to the NGO Rugby Tackling Life in Uganda.
The first ones. Girls Who Grind Coffee.
It is hard not to notice them. They are an all female small batch coffee roastery based in the wild South-West of England. They source specialty coffees from female producers and those who work to support them.
Let me introduce you: Abakundakawa Rushashi
“All of the female producers of this coffee are members of the forward-thinking Hingakawa Empowerment group.
The Minazi women involved in the production of this gorgeous complex coffee are all members of the forward-thinking Hingakawa empowerment group, established by Abakundakawa Rushashi, one of Rwanda’s leading coffee coop supporters of rural women’s rights. The Hingakawa, is an organisation that was pivotal in allowing women’s property rights in coffee (owning trees and land!) in not just Rwanda, but in all of East Africa.
Rushashi serves as a prime example of how Rwandan cooperative societies can become sustainable by constantly improving quality and operating sustainably. “
250 gr beans Espresso roast – that is what we start with.
One bag goes for 12 £ plus delivery. There is no minimum order.
Send me an email with how many bags you need to email@example.com.
I will send you the invoice. You pay.
The coffee is sent to you. You enjoy & spread the word.
No, it just takes a couple of minutes longer than your usual online payment. So, lets get started.
We will run this coffee until the end of November.
Keep sending me your recommendation for coffee places around the world. I’d love to talk to them and create win-win situations for everyone!