Dark chocolate・Red fruit・Light spiciness
Record Coffee Company
Roaster: Jesse Parkkali
Kavugangoma, which actually means the sound of the drums, originated from the location of the washing station which can be found on the hill of Kavugangoma. In Burundian tradition, all the drums were made out of trees called Umuvugangoma. When Burundi was still a Kingdom, this tree was planted and became sacred to the region. The Kavugangoma washing station is innovative and is one of the first to have many agroforestry and fruit trees surrounding it, in addition to the coffee plantations. The cherries are delivered to the washing station from the surrounding 18 hills.
Farm: Kavugangoma washing station
Farmer: Richard Kaderi
Growing altitude: 1700m