Patrik and Rasmus have been out in Costa Rica this week visiting our partner farmer, Alejo Castro. They decided to take some time out to dial in the latest coffee we’ve had the pleasure to send out to the members of our monthly coffee subscription.
We’re excited to present a Burundian coffee this time around, returning to the famous province of Kayzana to source a wonderfully clean and well processed bourbon varietal.
Processed at the Mbirizi washing station in the Kayanza Province, this particular coffee is grown within the local area but is brought to the washing station to be processed. Identified as Nyabihanga, this lot passed through several quality control protocols and careful cherry selection before processing, followed by milling and drying at the washing station.
This washed processed Bourbon carries with it distinct notes of its origin, with herbal and blood orange notes, however there’s a distinct almost Kenyan like acidity within this coffee that really tie this cup together. Expect a fruity profile with fresh acidity and a blackcurrant note throughout.
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