Since 2012 we have been purchasing coffees from Salum Ramadhan’s project. This coffee is a collection from smallhold farmers in a distinct micro-region of hills surrounding the Buziraguhindwa washing station. The differences in soil, altitude, sun exposure, climate and limiting day lots to specific micro-regions that are in common, we feel is the reason behind this coffee’s distinct character. Cherries are hand sorted by the farmers before they go into production. A 3 disc Mckinnon pulper removes the skin and pulp. The coffee is then dry fermented for 16 hours, graded in washing channels and soaked in clean water for 18 hours. The coffee is then pre-dried in shade.
Producer: Salum Ramadhan
Farm: About 500 smallhold farmers around Buziraguhindwa
Harvest: June (Current Crop)
Growing Conditions: 2000 mals
Botanical Variety: Red Bourbon
Process: Depulped, dry fermented, washed then soaked & dried on raised beds in shade.
Flavor Description: Star fruit, maple syrup, bitter lemon finish.
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