Businde – Filter
Aromatics – Apricot, sweet-chocolaty, floral like jasmine
Body – Light yet creamy
Brightness – Grapefruit and ripe orange, pleasantly tangy.
Best to be enjoyed black on Conical filter/ Aeropress
About This Coffee
|Altitude:||5400- 5900 ft|
|Owner of CWS:||Zuberi Matsitsi|
|Roast:||Filter – Light Medium|
In the cup
It begins with pleasant floral aromatics along with hint of sweet milk chocolate. Body is light yet creamy. On your palate there is an interplay of citric and stone fruits like orange and apricot. As the cup cools down trade mark notes of Red Bourbon from Great Lakes of Africa, sweet jaggery and dark chocolate dominate and leave a long lasting sweet chocolatey finish.
About the Farm
Another coffee from Great Lakes of Africa.
Businde coffee washing station is special and unique as it is located in the hills where the Twa people come from, in the northern province of Kayanza, close to the Rwandan border. This is extremely rare as it is the least populated of the ethnic groups in Rwanda and Burundi after Hutu and Tutsi’s. The Twa community are some of the poorest when it comes to wealth inequality amongst ethnic groups.