The company handles about 20% of Rwanda’s coffee.
The sacks are full of “parchment” coffee — dried, but unhulled beans.
In the U.S., you can buy Rwanda Trading Company’s coffee at Wal-Mart or Sam’s Club or online here.
. . . Coffee steam rises in a stream, clouds the silver tea-service with mist, and twists up into the sunlight, revolved, involuted, suspiring higher and higher, fluting in a thin spiral up the high blue sky. A crow flies by and croaks at the coffee steam. The day is new and fair with good smells in the air.
— Amy Lowell, from “Spring Day“