The Kibingo washing station is located in Kayanza, one of the 17 provinces of Burundi and an area known for its coffee and tea production. This high elevation area is also the source of tributaries that flow into the Nile River. The name Kibingo comes from the Kirundi word ‘urubingo’ which means ‘reeds‘, because reeds were planted along the river. This coffee comes from 3 main hills in the area, Kaserege, Kibingo, and Kavumu.
ORIGIN: Kayanza, Burundi
TASTING NOTES: green apple, sugar cane, hibiscus
ROAST LEVEL: light
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