StoryIt has been a while since we have bought a burundi, but this year we were able to find a coffee that truly zinged. So this is a celebration here at Tectonic as I introduce this coffee to you and to my staff!
Here is what we know:
Established in 2008 Kavungangoma, which means “the sound of the drums,” is a washing station with some impressive stats. Richard’s busy lifestyle and efforts in humanitarian endeavours include his compostable toilets that have had a huge impact on sanitation throughout the region... but more on coffee.
Quickly here are some stats
1667 members, aka farmers
16 fermentation tanks
4 soaking tanks
200 drying tables
Warehousing for 100 tons of parchment
Filtered drinking water
We think you will love this coffee and love supporting a region that has climbed out of genside and internal turmoil to do good for one and for all.
As always let us know what you think on the socials!
Tasting NotesDescription of flavor attributes.
Raisin, Caramel and Pear.
How was it?Tell us what you think.
Brew GuideCoffee, blending tips and farm information.
- Water Temp200
- Dose (How Much Coffee)28g
- Grind SettingMedium
- Bloom Water weight60g
- Bloom Time60s
- Total Water Weight415g
- Total Time3-3:30
- NotesBe sure to rinse your filter thoroughly with hot water! Be sure to use a slow, even, circular pour starting on the outside and spiraling in!
Roasted June 8, 2019
SensorialSpilling the beans here: how we roasted this coffee.
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