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Climpson & Sons - Single Origin: Nyabihanga #57, Burundi

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Available from 4 Jan 2016

You may remember we had two outstanding coffees from Buziraguhindwa last year; those coffees were specifically from the surroundings of the washing station. We have gone back for more from producer Salume Ramadahn, and whilst this coffee is processed at Buziraguhindwa wet mill, the cherries are collected and separated from smallholders in the micro region of Nyabihanga.

This coffee is from a local municipality and processed at a private coffee Washing Station in the Kayanza district. The producer of Buziraguhinwa washing station is Salume Ramadhan. He is investing a lot in to quality control and sustainability programs for the surrounding farmers and local workers and to improve the overall quality of the coffee. He is systematically separating the coffees based on where they are grown, and by the date of processing. The cherries are moved to the Buziraguhindwa washing station by the day of purchase all to be processed there under the same quality criteria. As they are also separating their coffees based on daily pickings and different processing methods, it is possible to make a specified selection of micro lots based on the different flavour profiles. Parchment is thoroughly sorted during drying to decrease potential off flavours and number of defected beans.

Altitude: 1900 masl
Farm/Coop: About 500 smallholders
Great for: Aeropress, Filter
Origin: Africa/Burundi - Kayanza
Owner: Salume Ramadahn
Process Method: Washed
Tasting Notes: Pomegranate - Hibiscus - Lemon Thyme
Varietals: Local heirloom – mainly varieties of Bourbon.

Roasterr: Climpson & Sons

Climpson & Sons does not deliver to United Kingdom

Initial collection: Climpson & Sons - London

Tasting record

Method Dose Grind Time Volume Comments
e.g. Espresso 18g Vario 1E 25secs 30ml A bit finer next time would be better.