Rugali was one of two washing stations to be granted approval to produce natural and honey processed coffee in Rwanda. The elevation in Rugali lends itself to produce exceptional coffees. Dried on traditional African raised beds, cherries are hand sorted before drying, removing any under ripe cherries. It is then floated to further separate any low-density cherries. It is then laid out to dry on beds. During the dry season day time temps reach 28-30c and evenings drop to 12-15c. This spread is ideal allowing for slow and gradual drying which is optimal for natural and honey processed coffees.