Kazozanikawa, Burundi, Filter

Tasting notes

 Grape, cacao & stone fruit sweetness 

'The future is coffee!' Kazozanikawa interested us from the moment we found out what the name of this COOP translated to, and the cup is just as exciting. Expect clean notes of grape, balanced with citrus acidity and beautiful stone fruit sweetness.


We suggest using this coffee for filter brew methods, such as a pourover, aeropress, chemex or batch brew (or similar). It's roasted a bit lighter to accentuate the delicious fruitiness and acidity that we love.


Origin Information

Country : Burundi

Region :Kayanza

Elevation : 1650 - 1950 MASL

Variety : Bourbon

Processing : Washed


Growth Story

Kazozanikawa Coop is a group of small-holder farmers in the Kayanza region of Burundi. In Kirundi, the native language of Burundi, Kazozanikawa means “the future is coffee”. This cooperative can also be known as “Mpemba”. This cooperative was established in 2010. Farmers delivery cherry to the central washing station where coffee is floated and sorted before being pulped by their Penagos eco-pulper and soaked overnight before drying on raised beds. Drying can take up to two weeks depending on weather.