$18.45 - $34.13 / Pound

Origin: Kayanza, Burundi
Variety: Bourbon

Tasting Notes:

Honey, Walnut, Apple

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Gahahe Washing Station is located in the province of Kayanza and was established in 1989. Farmers here own less than half a hectare of land, on average, and in addition to growing coffee, they also grow crops like bananas, beans, yams, taro, and cassava, both for sale and for household use. There are 1740 farmers that deliver to this washing station. Each farmer has roughly 240 trees on about a tenth of a hectare of land.


Due to the small size and yield of the average coffee farm or plot, washing stations are the primary point of purchase in Burundi. Unlike other coffee-growing regions in Central and South America where landholdings are slightly larger and coffee-centric resources are more available, most producers do not have space on their property or the financial means to do their wet- or dry-milling. Instead, the majority of growers deliver cherry to a facility that does sorting, blending, and post-harvest processing of day lots to create different offerings.


The cup has tart acidity with honey, walnut, mild baking spices, and crisp apple flavors.


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