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New! A Honey Process Coffee from Burundi

Honey Process Coffee

A new honey process coffee from Burundi! We call this coffee the sleeper. While it smells super pleasant and sweet on dry and wet grounds, it steadily gains momentum every step of the way as it cools and builds an elegance that is very unique for a Burundi coffee. We couldn’t stop sipping! It’s orangey, winey, and jammy with tasting notes of apricot, navel orange, gardenia, matcha, and plum. Definitely a coffee to check out.

Over three thousand smallholder farmers contribute to the Masha Washing Station in Kayanza Burundi. The average farm size is just 297 trees on roughly 11 hectares. These small-holder farmers are reliant upon coffee for the livelihood and have had their fair share of difficulties due to political conflict in Burundi. In recent years, the country has experienced more stability and quality-focused coffee programs have abounded. This particular coffee lot is part of Masha Washing station’s microlot program. Burundi microlots are selected based on cup quality and separated out for their delicious aroma, flavor, acidity, and body. This particular lot is a honey process coffee, meaning some of the fruity mucilage was left on the coffee beans while they were drying.

Learn more about JBC, five time Good Food Award winners and named one of the best coffee roasters in the nation by Forbes and Gear Patrol with over 340 90 plus rated coffees at the Coffee Review. The Chicago Tribune called JBC one of Wisconsin’s standout roasters and the Daily Meal said our espresso will elevate your mornings. We are focused on quality-driven, sustainable coffees.

Unparalleled quality, a human story, and sustainability – that’s our coffee philosophy.

  • Unparalleled quality. We won’t buy a coffee unless we know that it will inspire you.
  • A human story. Often times a producer’s story gets lost in the coffee supply chain. It’s our focus to provide a seed to cup experience, honoring everyone involved.
  • Sustainability. We purchase sustainable coffees directly from producers and through brokers who share our goal of making coffee a sustainable commodity. Financially and environmentally, the coffees we purchase seek balance.