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Cheetah Espresso Blend

Cheetah Espresso Blend

Regular price $32.00 AUD
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Our Cheetah Espresso blend is one of our 2 blends. With a bright, juicy acidity that Burundi coffee is known for, this a perfect option both black and milk coffee. 

Tasting Notes:

Sweet Citrus, Red Fruits & Caramel


Burundi NYAGASHIHA 80%

Country: Burundi
Altitude: 1530 MASL
Region: Murago
Process: Wet Fermentation
Red Bourbon

Nyagashiha, named after the historical "Imishiha" tree, hosts a washing station managed by Jean-Baptiste Bigirimana, overseeing 1172 farmers producing 400MT of green coffee per harvest. Situated 86km south of Bujumbura, the station benefits from the region's temperate climate, ideal for slow cherry development. Jean-Baptiste's commitment to quality is evident through rigorous double sorting, contributing to the station's recognition in the top 20 of Cup of Excellence – 2019. Part of the Akawa Project, Nyagashiha adheres to UTZ certification standards, promoting sustainability and equitable prosperity for producers. Additionally, the Nyagashiha School Project, supported by the ECOM Foundation, integrates coffee farming into education, empowering students and generating revenue to support the school's operational budget.


Burundi KIRASA 20%

Country: Burundi 
Altitude: 1100 MASL
Region: Muhuta, Rumonge
Process: Dry Fermentation
Red Bourbon

Originally a government-run mill established in 1992, Kirasa washing station was acquired by Succam Exports in 2012 to enhance the production of high-quality washed coffee. Located amidst stunning hills and adjacent to the Kirasa River, the area is characterized by intercropped plots of coffee and banana trees, providing shade and sustenance for farmers' families. Under the management of Emile Ndikumasabo and agronomist Anne-Marie, innovative practices like natural fertilizer production from discarded coffee pulp have been implemented. This fertilizer nurtures coffee seedlings distributed to farmers for garden renovation. While traditionally only producing washed coffee, this year, Kirasa introduced natural processing, emphasizing meticulous sorting and drying to achieve a clean and remarkably sweet cup profile. Kirasa is part of the Akawa project, a collaboration between SUCCAM and Supremo aimed at uplifting producers out of poverty through sustainable practices and equitable remuneration, adhering to UTZ certification standards.


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