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Burundi

Muyinga

washed

Burundi

Burundi Muyinga

washed

A floral coffee with notes of red berries and apricot. A sweet honey aftertaste.

Plus 7% VAT
8,22  / 1 kg

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All the facts about our Burundi Muyinga

Region Muyinga
Producer tib Coffee
Variety Red Bourbon
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Category Estate
Harvest from May to July
Shipping from November to January
Unit GrainPro Sack à 60kg

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This coffee is produced in Muyinga province in northern Burundi, a beautiful hilly region with an average altitude of 1500-1700 m.a.s.l.

Karira hill is known for its agricultural activities characterized, in addition to coffee, by the cultivation of Manioc. Each farmer owns cassava farms,
which complete their income from coffee.

In the past, at this hill, there was a dispute between prince brothers descending from the King; which escalated into a war between the princes resulting
in deaths with much tears in the families. Hence the name “Karira” from the verb “Kurira” which means “to cry” in Kirundi.

Origin

Specialty coffee from Burundi

Mountain

Varieties

Bourbon, few SL varieties

Processing methods

Washed

Altitude range

1400 – 1800 masl

Harvest

April - July 

Total yearly production

210.000 á 60kg

Coffees from Burundi

Experience the exceptional quality of coffee from Burundi, a country renowned for its specialty beans. Grown in the lush highlands of East Africa, Burundian coffee showcases a delightful combination of floral aromas, vibrant acidity, and complex flavors that range from juicy berry notes to subtle hints of caramel and spice. Indulge in the distinct character of Burundi’s coffee, a true testament to the country’s rich coffee heritage and dedication to producing exceptional beans.

Region Muyinga
Producer tib Coffee
Variety Red Bourbon
Process washed
Type Washed Arabica
Harvest from May to July
Shipping from November to January
Unit GrainPro Sack à 60kg
A floral coffee with notes of red berries and apricot. A sweet honey aftertaste.

This coffee is produced in Muyinga province in northern Burundi, a beautiful hilly region with an average altitude of 1500-1700 m.a.s.l.

Karira hill is known for its agricultural activities characterized, in addition to coffee, by the cultivation of Manioc. Each farmer owns cassava farms,
which complete their income from coffee.

In the past, at this hill, there was a dispute between prince brothers descending from the King; which escalated into a war between the princes resulting
in deaths with much tears in the families. Hence the name “Karira” from the verb “Kurira” which means “to cry” in Kirundi.