This washing station has been made famous in recent years since it was a focal point in the documentary ‘A Film about Coffee’. Itis located on the slopes of the Huye Mountain in the Huye District in South Rwanda and was established in 2011. Typically, a small holding in the district is just a quarter of a hectare in size, with around 200 trees. The yield is about 4kg of cherry per tree, so each farm only produces roughly 2 bags of coffee. It is entirely bourbon, which, coupled with an altitude ranging from 1,600 to 2,300 metres above sea level, brings about lots of complexity and great flavours in the cup.