According to Herkimer, you can only access this farm by motorbike, making it an isolated hilltop paradise. This coffee comes from Burundi’s own secret garden: no wonder we’re enchanted.
Sweet red seed fruits, cherry, and pomegranate. The acid profile also features some floral rose-hip adding to the juicy fruit. Ultra clean texture with a soft creamy body. The finish remains long and refreshing displaying all of the above traits. Direct relationship, Long Miles Coffee Project. Bourbon and Jackson cultivars, fully washed. Elevation of 1927 masl. Mikuba means “hill that cannot be divided.” It was planted in 1933. The hill houses 232 farmers.
"So great. I ground by hand with a burr grinder and made in my aeropress with heavy cream. The perfect sweet warm morning treat. The smell alone is delightful. A person might think that the lower cost beans are not as good, but this variety would prove them wrong. " (5 out of 5)
"This was good. Sweet and clean tasting, perfect as a black cup! " (5 out of 5)
"I am a huge pomegranate fan, so this was great! I could even have done with a stronger taste of it." (5 out of 5)
"Personally, I did not care for this coffee at all. It is very tart (almost to the point of making me pucker when I first tasted it). If you enjoy fruity coffees, then you will likely enjoy this one. It is just not my preference." (2 out of 5)
"Yummy brew held up to an espresso. Sweet notes were enjoyed. " (4 out of 5)
"Great light taste with cheery coming thru at the end. Great cup of coffee and you will enjoy it! " (5 out of 5)
"This cup tasted floral/herbaceous but not overly fruity. It's interested, clean, and light. Brewed cold with a V60 Fretta." (3 out of 5)
"Very light flavors with cherry shining through. Cup is muted though. V60 brewed." (3 out of 5)