This coffee was brought to Equator's attention by Long Miles Coffee Project, a company that focuses on farmer-driven coffee production in Burundi. Founded in 2013, this micro-lot business is designed to support unique, fully traceable coffees and invest in ongoing training for small holder farmers at origin. We tasted tangerine, plum, and brown sugar.
Bag Size: 12 oz (340 g)
Roast: Medium-Light Roast
Origin: Gishubi Hill, Kayanza Province, Burundi
Elevation: 2,195 MASL
Roaster Tasting Notes: Lemon Zest, Allspice, White Grape, Honeyd
We Tasted: Tangerine, Plum, Brown Sugar
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Pourover with a 1:15 ratio for a strong & balanced cup.