The tiny landlocked African country of Burundi bats well outside its weight class when it comes to coffee and remote Ngozi Province has become an incredible source for specialty coffees in recent years. This coffee was grown by a small community of farmers called Cumba in the northeast of the country and it’s a dessert-like treat. We tasted whipped cream, caramel, and tangerine.
Bag Size: 10 oz (283 g)
Origin: Ngozi Province, Burundi
Elevation: 1700 - 1900 MASL
Raoster Tasting Notes: Red Currant, Muscovado Sugar, Mandarin Orange
We Tasted: Whipped Cream, Sugar, Caramel, Tangerine
About Bird Rock Coffee Roasters
Based in San Diego, Bird Rock Coffee Roasters were named Roaster of the Year in 2012 by Roast Magazine and have won four Good Food Awards in the years since. We’ve featured their coffee on Fellow Drops and we’re delighted to be able to share more of their roasts here.
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