We’re having tangerine dreams with this lovely cup from Heza washing station, which means “beautiful place”. This roast is light but substantial, with a body like black tea and a twist of ripe, sugary tangerine. One sip, and you’ll be in your own beautiful place.
This is one of the beautiful hills of Heza washing station where farming communities grow their coffee between banana trees and lush tea plantations. Upwards of 1,876 farmers deliver coffee cherries to Heza washing station every year. Heza is the second washing station built by Ben and Kristy Carlson of the Long Miles Project. Nkonge Hill is a stunning example of the quality of Burundi Coffee and the dedication to the local land. Notes of black tea, tangerine acidity, sweet, lingering finish.