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Masha coffee washing station shares its name with sub-hill upon which it stands. The average smallholder in Burundi produces a relatively small amount of coffee, with an average of 250 trees. Each tree yields an average of 1.5kg of cherry, so each producer sells about 250-300kg of cherry annually. After sorting, the cherry is pulped, dry fermented for up to 12 hours, and then washed in clean water, soaked from 12-14 hours. This lot is a classic washed African coffee with clean fruity notes of redcurrant and pleasant acidity, not super aggressive (lime acidity). Filter is very clean and espresso very balanced.

Hibiscus

Apple

Type

Single Origin

Origin

Burundi

Roast

Light

Species

Arabica

Varieties

Wolisho

Process

Washed

Altitude

1700m

Farm

Masha Washing Station

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