Black tea and dried apricots on the nose lead into a cup that possesses a deeply saturated sweetness and lingering baking spice finish.

Heza means ‘beautiful place’ in Kirundi, the local language of Burundi. The washing station has over 90 committed employees ranging from a Chief of Fermentation (Jérémie Nakimuhana) to a team of over 30 dedicated employees who focus strictly on cherry selection. The team works tirelessly to produce what we think is some of the finest coffee produced, not just in Burundi, but anywhere in the world.

Dominant Attributes
Dried Apricots, Simple Syrup, Spices
Altitude
1960 masl
Country
Burundi
Processing
Wet Processed
Region
Kayanza
Varieties
Heirloom Bourbon

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