There are many small farms in Rwanda that
are far to small to be referred to as "Estates", which
is commonly (and erroneously) used to refer to any kind of "single
farms that are not part of a co-op". It gets a lot more technical
than this short description, but that's the jist of it.
Rwanda coffee consists of unusual and complex
taste characteristics that are unique to the region. This particular
coffee, called "Kotwibakabo" comes from a co-op. Kotwibakabo
comes from a small growing area where the farms are adjacent to
each other with little to no defining boundaries between them,
thus one could say the Kotwibakabo coffee all comes from the same
farm with the difference being the actual farmers tending for
the trees in their own areas. It is all the same climate and soil.
As with nearly all Rwandan coffees, the beans for from the Bourbon
cultivar (pronounced "Bur-bone").