Burundi coffee bears a resemblance to that of neighboring Rwanda, in both cup character, and in the culture surrounding coffee. Bourbon-type varietals flourish in both countries and Rwanda has imitated Burundi's traditional practice of wet-processing coffee cherry. Their cup profiles can be dynamic and bright, with red fruits, berry or citrus, and with a great sweetness lingering through the finish. It's no secret that Burundi has the potential to produce great coffee, but unlike Rwanda, sourcing can pose an ever greater challenge.Read more.

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    Cassien, who built and still manages the Murambi site
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    Burundi Kayanza Nemba Station
  3. Unloading bags of whole coffee cherry that were harvested that day, Kayanza

    Burundi Kayanza Nemba Station

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    Drying beds at Murambi and the red hills beyond, Kiganda

    Burundi Kiganda Murambi

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    Hand sorting in full swing at Murambi washing station
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