Limited Edition – Until Stock lasts
Ozzy sings “Times have changed and times are strange
Here I come, but I ain’t the same
Mama, I’m coming home”
You know that great feeling of returning home after an epic adventure! Sad that is over but excited to drink coffee in your own kitchen in your favourite cup. Yeah!
This song is also one of our favourties as 3 of our favourite musicians worked on this song.
Enjoy good music, enjoy good coffee and enjoy this adventure.
BURUNDI GATUKUZA COFFEE
- Processing: Fully washed & sun dried
- Altitude: 1600 – 1800 MASL
- Variety: Bourbon
- Roast: Medium
- Cherry like flavour
- Black tea
- Limish citric acidity
- Creamy body
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Gatukuza Burundi Coffee Farm
Gatukuza washing station is named after the hill it’s built on. The word ‘Gatukuza’ comes from Kirundi, the local language spoken in Burundi, but has no distinct meaning or translation. For as long as people can remember, that’s what the hill has been called. The CWS was built just three months before its first harvest season in 2008. The same people who helped to clear the land and build the washing station now delivering their coffee cherries to it.
Gatukuza is nestled in the Gashikanwa commune, in the northern province of Ngozi. The people who call Gatukuza home grow almost everything they eat- bananas, potatoes, beans, maize, sweet potatoes, peas- wrapping the hill in every imaginable shade of green.
While women make up only 20% of the producers who contributed to this coffee, they are without question the thread that holds coffee farming communities together in Burundi. They work incredibly hard- hand tilling the soil, growing, harvesting, sorting and hauling multiple crops- not just coffee. They often do it with a baby on their back or a child at their hip.