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Burundi Hafi Muyinga

SKU BURHAFI

Flavor Profile

Cupping Notes
Sugar cane, dried fruit, tamarind sweetness; blueberry, dark fruits, hints of cocoa and tart, vibrant acidity

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Flavors (1-4)

Specifications

  • CategoryConventional
  • CountryBurundi
  • Local RegionMuyinga Province
  • ProcessNatural
  • VarietyNatural Arabica – Bourbon
  • Altitude (meters)1,715 masl
  • HarvestApril - June
  • Organic CertificationNo
  • Fair Trade CertifiedNo
  • Rainforest Alliance CertifiedNo
  • DecaffeinatedNo
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Description

raw green bean Green coffee is raw Roast prior to consumption

This coffee is called Hafi, which means “close” in Kirundi. Before the washing station opened, small farmers in the area faced a 20km journey to deliver their freshly harvested cherry to the nearest wet mill. With the hilly terrain, that was too far to travel in one day. Quality standards require same-day processing for harvested cherry. A wet mill nearby makes it possible to grow this specialty coffee we treasure, which features silky smooth notes of sweet, dried cherries and blackberries.


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April 28, 2024

This is one of my two favorite coffees I've gotten from CBC. The other is a Costa Rican Tarrazu. This coffee taken to a city/city + is an excellent brew. I roast in a Behmor and use a V60. A very light flavor with slight chocolate flavors and almost tea like. I actually prefer it over most yirgas I've had.

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February 12, 2024

Oh my goodness, I did several samples over a couple weeks and when It got time to taste this one I emedietly asked the misses which one this was and checked the Daye I roasted on the package ( luckily I do this for just this reason as I save I'll my new.roast profiles) as I went back to my book folder the date and actual profile roast from Artisian I saved to do a duplicate run on the magnificent tasting bean as well as similar as it has the smoothest fruitful undertones every. Getting ready to try one duplications now and will be ordering this exact bean again soon.

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October 15, 2023

I'm using this as my "house" brew. Roasting to a medium to medium-dark in the SR800. First crack between 7-9 minutes but paying special attention to color. The flavor profile is wonderful as I enjoy a deeper, richer flavor but as long as I keep the roast on the medium (not going past 1st crack) side, it's perfect.

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October 4, 2023

Very smooth with nice vibrant flavors and sweetness. Roasted in SR800 using profile that created first crack at nine minutes and continued for another 90 seconds to just before ( what i thought) would be second crack. above average amount of chaff but not excessive. Rested 48 hours and then brewed 17 grams in 10oz of water through the Ninja Pro. Results were very good.

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October 4, 2023

Very smooth with nice vibrant flavors and sweetness. Roasted in SR800 using profile that created first crack at nine minutes and continued for another 90 seconds to just before ( what i thought) would be second crack. above average amount of chaff but not excessive. Rested 48 hours and then brewed 17 grams in 10oz of water through the Ninja Pro. Results were very good.

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October 4, 2023

Very smooth with nice vibrant flavors and sweetness. Roasted in SR800 using profile that created first crack at nine minutes and continued for another 90 seconds to just before ( what i thought) would be second crack. above average amount of chaff but not excessive. Rested 48 hours and then brewed 17 grams in 10oz of water through the Ninja Pro. Results were very good.

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September 13, 2023

this is a great one. fruity and smooth. i pushed my sr800 with oem extension to the end of 1c at 14.3% moister loss. sweet berries, chocolate, wonderful aroma. what's not to like...

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August 4, 2023

A lot of love for this one. I pushed this about a minute beyond 1C achieving 15% loss. A little more variation in color than I hoped but it was my first batch. This is also my first batch of a Barundi natural which is what initially caught my interest. About 6 hours off roast I brewed 20 grams. V60, 210°, 1:15 ratio. In the aroma I caught a heavy whiff of vanilla. Sweet. Upon first taste blackberry was distinct. I knew immediately I was going to like this. As it cooled, a dried cherry sweetness came about and I found the body to be very creamy with a superbly smooth finish. This reminded me of Jamaican blue mountain, funny enough. Overall very very pleased and would recommend.

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