Kayanza Province, Burundi
lovely aromatics of milk duds and dark fruit.
milk duds, plum, assam
...in this coffee.
We’ve been purchasing lots from the Kibingo washing station for years now and are always impressed with the consistently tasty lots year after year! About 3500 small plot farmers from the surrounding hillsides bring their harvests to the station where meticulous care is taken to ferment, soak and dry the 100% bourbon seeds.
This year’s selection showcases lovely aromatics of milk duds and dark fruit. Chocolate and caramel carry over in the cup as well and are joined by a variety of fruit notes from plum, to bing cherry and mandarin. As the cup cools you’ll also find a pleasant assam tea finish. Delicious and a welcome addition to the line up as we draw our seasonal offerings from Ethiopia and Kenya to an end. Enjoy!
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