Burundi Mashia Station
This coffee from Masha has spiced sweetness in the dry fragrance, a mixture of baking spices and dark, raw sugars. Characteristics of cinnamon-laced caramel, sugar in the raw, cream caramel, and light brown sugar.
Masha Station is a coffee cherry collection site located in Kayanza, Burundi's northern province that borders neighboring Rwanda. Farmers grow mostly older bourbon types, the original coffee cultivar introduced to the area in the 1930s by Catholic monks traveling from the island of Reunion. This is 1700 meters above sea level, and many of the farmers have coffee planted much higher than this. They've been around since 1989, and in 2012 were top placement in Burundi Cup of Excellence competition.
Process Method - Wet Process