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The RWANDA BUMBOGO sounds good - has anyone tried it?

 


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Bumbogo is a washing station, it takes coffee from about 500+ producers?

Edited by DavecUK

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That’s a good saving if the coffee is good.


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Just now, Komatoes said:

That’s a good saving if the coffee is good. emoji106.png


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Usually very good..

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If I didn't already have a freezer full of coffee already, I would have tried some.


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23 hours ago, DavecUK said:

Bumbogo is a washing station, it takes coffee from about 500+ producers?

Yep....hard to qualify the score given on this info 

 

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I fancied trying the Chinese bean. Then fell out with the site when I found it was google pay or enter lots of details. :(

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