Elderflower & white peach

Sold out. When we launched the roastery at the end of 2016, we did so with one of our favourite coffees we've ever had: the elderflower & butter. It was a gorgeous coffee from Burundi and we never forgotten how much we loved it. So when we found another from the same washing station with similar characteristics, we couldn't wait to bring it back.

Mbirizi washing station is in Kayanza region, near the border to Ngozi province and gives better access to farmers in the surrounding areas. Farmers can deliver to a site in their locality instead of walking with heavy bags of cherry to the washing stations. They are paid directly and the trucks transports the cherry to the washing station where it is processed, in this case at Mbirizi washing station. The producer separates the coffees both by area and date of picking until it's cupped and approved. They also float and hand sort cherries for all premium lots before it is pulped, fermented soaked and dried on raised beds.

  • Burundi

  • Kayanza

  • Shembati

  • Salum Ramadahn

  • Various smallholders

  • Red Bourbon

  • Fully washed

  • 1900 masl

  • 2017

  • Nordic Approach

  • 101,29 pr kg

  • 250g bags

  • Light (ideal for filter brewing)

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