Burundi Kibingo


Tasting Profile
Black Tea
Why we love this coffee

We’ve had a lot of tea-like coffees before, but this one is the “cream tea” of tea-like coffees. If you close your eyes while drinking it, you’ll be transported to a foggy afternoon in the Lake District, enjoying the perfect cream tea or, should we say, coffee.
Complex: expresive, wild

Coffee Story
Located in the province of Kayanza in Northern Burundi, the Kibingo central washing station serves over 3,500 local smallholder growers in 18 surrounding hills that bring cherry to the mill. Most of these farms are located in their backyards and produce relatively small harvests of approximately 200-300 kilos per year. Once handpicked, the coffee is brought to the station to be pulped and fermented underwater for 10-12 hours before being dried on raised beds for 14-21 days.

Brewing Recipes
Drip | 17g: 1g | 20g coffee | 340g water | 3 min ( V60)
Immersion | 16g : 1g
Espresso | 2.5g: 1g | 18g coffee | 46.8g beverage | 27 seconds
Peak Rest time: 5 to 30 days off roast

Origin Kayanza, Burundi
Variety Red Bourbon
Process Washed
Producer Various
Farm Various
Altitude 1700 to 1900 MASL
Washing Station Kibingo

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