In the Democratic Republic (DR) Congo coffee is a symbol of hope. In an area where armed incursion, corruption and disease are a part of everyday life, coffee brings stability and economic growth. The Kawa Kanzururu is one of 24 micro-mills along the western rim of the Rwenzori Mountain Range. Deep, fertile, volcanic soil, high altitude and adequate rainfall make Kivu an ideal growing region. North Kivu is landlocked therefore getting coffee out of this area and into the supply chain is quite the process. The beans are transported to the Port of Mombasa in Kenya where they are shipped all over the world. Organic Kivu is the perfect holiday cup of coffee, having notes of dry cherry, fig, red current, pomegranate with a touch of brown sugar for sweetness.