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Tiddy Mun – Rwanda

(2 customer reviews)


Grown an an altitude of 1700m above sea level located in the foothills of southern Rwanda, the owner Leo Fidele Ndagijimana named the wet mill Horizon to guide his vision of processing quality coffee. Notes of ripe fig, cherry and cocoa nibs with a velvety, toffee mouth-feel complemented by a rounded tangerine acidity.

Location: Horizon
Altitude: 1700 metres above sea level
Process: Washed
Varietal: Red Bourbon

  • Aeropress grind
  • Beans
  • Cafetiere grind
  • Espresso grind
  • Moka Pot
  • V60 grind
  • 250g
  • 500g
  • 1kg
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Tiddy Mun
Boston Borough

Today, Boston Borough is an area boasting lush green fields and long-stretching farmlands, but things weren’t always this way. Many of its precious fields used to be bogs and swamps; lands of endless mists and crooked streams, of mires and marshes as far as the eye could see. 

Old tales from the fens speak of a peculiar breed of pixie-like folk most commonly known as the ‘Tiddy People’, who lived among these bogs. According to some, Tiddy Mun was the king of the Tiddy People and was acknowledged to be the guardian of the fens and wetlands, with mighty powers over their waters and wildlife.

Like most faeries the Tiddy People were strictly speaking neither good nor evil; sometimes kind, sometimes mischievous, but occasionally cruel. It was said they would help local crops grow, pinching open the buds in spring and it was a great honour if they came into your home and warmed themselves by your fire.

Relations between the mortal folks and the mysterious Tiddy Mun turned very sour when in the reign of King Charles I, work began to drain the fens. They king called upon Dutch engineers to drain the land. Tiddy Mun grew angry that his marshes and fens were being emptied and dried up. Cattle fell ill and people mysteriously vanished, rumours spread that Tiddy Mun had spirited them away in revenge.

Thus began, every new moon, the locals would pour clean water into the dykes as an apology and offering, pleading Tiddy Mun to reverse the curse. 

Location: Finca Bonanza
Altitude: 1490 metres above sea level
Process: Washed
Varietal: Red Bourbon

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Dimensions 115 × 70 × 222 mm

Aeropress grind, Beans, Cafetiere grind, Espresso grind, Moka Pot, V60 grind

Bag size

250g, 500g, 1kg

2 reviews for Tiddy Mun – Rwanda

  1. Samuel FD (verified owner)

    One of my favourite roasts. Very complex flavours. Makes a fantastic brew!

  2. Emily H

    This is genuinely the best coffee I’ve ever tasted! I’ll definitely be buying more.

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