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Burambi - Natural | Burundi | Filter

We Nitrogen Flush all of our coffee when bagging for an inert shelf stable environment by locking freshness inside for up to 6 weeks prior to opening


Mill: Burambi Washing Station

Region: Maranvya, Bujumbura Provinence

Varietal: Red Bourbon

Process: Natural

Altitude: 1500 masl


The Burambi Washing Station is one of the 13 mills that form the Akawa Project. The Akawa project was created in Burundi to help producers escape the cycle of poverty in a sustainable and equitable way and is UTZ certified. The project also emphasises new ways to process their coffee with this Natural lot showcasing a different side to the coffee which further allows the producers to access the higher paid premiums of the speciality market. 


Burambi’s meaning comes from the historical bean variety that once grew in the Maranvya region. This 'big beans', spoken in local dialect Kirundi, was called Ibirambi. Ibirambi beans grow plentiful in the hills of the Maranvya area, so this hill was called Burambi. This washing station is managed today by Protais Habonimana and is surrounded by 6 hills, with 1184 farmers who produce around 330 tons of exportable green coffee per harvest. Burambi washing station is located 86 km south of the capital Bujumbura.


Burambi - Natural | Burundi | Filter

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