Women-Produced Fairtrade

Burundi Kayanza Gatukuza Women Group


FLAVOR: Peach, Berry Jam, Butterscotch

How it tastes? Smooth and exquisitely balanced. Bright orange zest notes dance atop a buttery, chocolate base with sugary toffee flavors and a tamarind finish. Candied peach and berry jam flavors round up the cup.
Weight: 20 LB
How it tastes? A delightful and expressive coffee with exquisite balance and refreshing finish. Like her neighbor Kenya, this women-produced, Burundi is memorable.

Fresh fruit top notes of berry, peach and candied orange give way to sweet notes of marmalade and fudge.

A bright orange zest acidity dances atop a smooth, buttery chocolate base with sugary toffee flavors and a tamarind finish.

This coffee cools like a dream and makes a refreshing and spectacular cup of pour-over, cold brew or iced coffee. 
Recommended Roast: Medium. This coffee is easy to roast. We suggest a gentle approach into first crack and lengthening the Maillard phase to allow more caramelization of sugars.

Medium roast develops a creamy chocolate mouthfeel. Tamarind and candied lemon top-notes pop as the coffee cools.

Darker roasts construct a bold chocolate base with notes of raisin and buttery toffee. Espresso shots gush syrupy chocolate with juicy fruit accent flavors.

The coffee beans are consistent, 15+ in screen size and have a high density that allows a solid, consistent roast. 
  • Women-Produced, GMO-free
  • Roast coffee prior to use
  • 100% Specialty arabica
  • Store in cool, dry place
  • Direct Trade, Fair Trade
  • Packaged in 2-ply foil bag
Grand Parade Burundi Kayanza Unroasted Green Coffee beans, Specialty Arabica, African green coffee, whole bean, Fair Trade single origin

Burundi Gatukuza Women Group

Our Fair Trade coffee is produced by the 500 plus small-holder farmers of the pioneering Gatukuza women empowerment group. Member farms sit in the high altitude and fertile Kayanza district in Burundi's Northern province that borders neighboring Rwanda. This sustainable coffee is the product of many years of hard work, training in best farming practices and advocacy for women.

PRODUCER Gatukuza Women Group
REGION Kayanza Province, Burundi
HARVEST March - August '21
ARRIVAL Oct - Dec '21
PROCESS Fully Washed & dried on raised beds
ELEVATION 1,900 - 2,200 masl

As a woman-owned company, we recognize that women coffee producers need more protection and representation. By sourcing women-produced coffee, our mission is to celebrate women-owned farms and provide women coffee farmers with both financial and emotional support.

Since the beginning, we’ve made it a priority to fund local community projects that uplift women and children specifically, such as investment workshops, the building of dorms and libraries, and training in sustainable farming practices. There’s no question that Burundi coffee tastes amazing -- but what makes it even better is the assurance that your cup of coffee is benefitting women farmers across the globe.

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