AN UNCOMMON CHERRY. DISTINCT SWEETNESS.
From the farms of Rwanda, an uncommon cherry known as a peaberry, is harvested and separated from the rest of the crop. Peaberries make up about 5% of all the coffee harvested in the world. Peaberries are the result of a natural genetic variation where only one of the two coffee seeds in a cherry if fertilized, thereby producing a much smaller and rounder bean instead of the common larger, flat bean shape.
Peaberry coffee has been gaining popularity in recent years due to the consistency of their roast profile and their distinct sweetness.