Formed in 2007, the Inzovu cooperative is comprised of 30 farms that operate in the mountainous and relatively cool area of Nyakabuye in southwest Kivu. The farms range in size with some harvesting only a couple hundred coffee trees while others maintain thousands. This lot is made up of beans of the bourbon typica varieties grown at 1,200 to 1,800 meters above sea level. The coop has also built their own washing station to sell coffee directly to exporters. The Inzovu name means "elephant" in Rwanda's native tongue and is used as a tribute to one of the country's prized creatures.
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