Sweet black tea, black cherry, cocoa & hazelnut.

The Kibuye washing station lies in the middle of the Gitega province. During the colonial days of the Belgians, farmers were obliged to grow coffee. As a result, nowadays nearly every farm also has a few coffee trees to harvest. After gaining independence in 1962, coffee cultivation was long seen as a leftover of the colonial rule and not really pursued. However, in the past 15 years, the specialty scene has shown an increasing interest in Burundi’s fruity and soft-bodied coffees.