Clifton Coffee - Burundi Codenya Coop
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There are just under 500 farmers that make up the Codenya coop from the Butaganzwa commune. Ripe cherries are delivered to the mill at Nyaruruma, where cherries are graded, sorted, de-pulped and then fermented underwater which gives this coffee a nice medium body.
The parchment is then rinsed thoroughly and sorted in washing channels, and then placed onto raised drying tables, with initial hand sorting of parchment taking place under shade. The drying period generally lasts for up to 2-3 weeks, until moisture level reaches 11%. The coffee is turned by hand at regular intervals, and the raised beds allow for air circulation around and under the coffee
Farm/Coop: Codenya cooperative
Great for: Aeropress, Cafetiere, Espresso, Filter, With milk
Origin: Africa/Burundi - Kayanza Province
Process Method: Washed - and sun dried
Varietals: 70% Red Bourbon 30% Jackson
Roasterr: Clifton Coffee
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Initial collection: Clifton Coffee Roasters - Bristol
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