This bangin' single origin comes from The Kayanza Region located in Northern Burundi. The Gahahe station collects coffee cherries from over 1,700 local coffee farmers in the Kayanza Region; this region has a reputation of being one of the best coffee producing regions in Burundi.
The name Gahahe comes from the Igihahe Trees which were once found in masses in this region. The Kirundi phrase, Kubabomere Batumisha was used to describe the land and translated means "always covered in green"
Sounds like; Roxette - The Look
Smells like; Walking into a bakery when it first opens - oh so comforting!
Looks like; When ya mates roles down a feshly mowed hill in his white t-shirt
Tastes like; Round chocolate notes with smacks of orange - basically like drinking a jaffa
Feels like; Wearing a pair of skinny leg jeans when you head out for Italian…that top button is going to need to be popped!
BEST SUITED FOR: Espresso