Burundi is one of my personal favorite countries for coffee. I picked this one for the high notes it produces. Was I surprised to get the pepper and spices on the nose with this one.
Body: Above Average
Pepper, Spices, Brown Sugar and Raisin
Elevation: 1558 to 1558 meters
Milling Process: Fully Washed
Drying Process: Raised beds
Harvest Start Month: June
Harvest End Month: September
This coffee is sourced from the Ruhororo Commune in the Ngozi Province of Buyenzi, Burundi. The washing station this coffee is named for is Rimiro, and manages the processing for over 1,700 farmers and 500,000 coffee trees. Coffees are fully washed and sun-dried on raised beds to promote even drying. Coffees are then milled at the Budeca dry mill before being bagged and exported. The cupping profile for this coffee is generally bright, with notes of grapefruit, raspberry, and peach.