Discovered in 1940, the Sudan Rume is a variety of the arabica coffee that was once found in a wild state in the forests of the inter tropical mountains of Marsabit in the Boma Plateau in Africa, in the south east of Sudan. This variety is known to be resistant to the coffee cherry disease.
Known for its hardy resistance to the coffee cherry disease, Sudan Rume is often used as a breeding variety. Originally it was discovered in Sudan in the mountains of Marsabit. Another mutation with Bourbon, it's low-yielding and bursting with tropical fruit flavors. This coffee took the win with Sasa Sestic in the 2015 World Barista Championship.
Is an exceptionally rare coffee with a beautiful flavor profile. As its name suggests, the varietal was discovered in the country of Sudan near its border with Ethiopia. As the harvest can be incredibly small, this coffee is a classic case of quality over quantity.