In the west of Rwanda, on a picturesque Lake Kivu, farmers on the volcanic island of Gishamwana cultivate several hectares of bourbon-type arabica coffee trees at 1450 meters above sea level. The cherries are entirely treated on site, following an original fermentation process which gives this rare vintage a particularly sweet cup. This micro-batch comes from 50 of the 400 bags that the island can produce annually. On lake Kivu, at an altitude of 1,450m west of the Republic of Rwanda, is the island of Gishamwana, "the coffee island". Its 15 hectares entirely planted with 35,000 coffee trees have all the facilities necessary for the production of a micro-lot of very special quality.