bright, clean and balanced with a creamy body and sweet aftertaste. grown in the Kayanza region.
ALTITUDE: 1,580 masl
PROCESS: Fully Washed/ Sun Dried
HARVEST MONTHS: March - June
On average, a coffee farmers in Burundi are around 25 years old and own between 25 and 50 trees. The average tree is around 20 years old, though in recent years farmers have been planting new trees, thanks to nursery programs. In the northern part of the country, washing stations tend to use a double-fermentation style, while in the central and southern part of the country, washing stations use a single a fermentation style and drying time on African raised beds is faster: 21 days (central) and 15 days (southern).