From the Rotheca Womens Coffee Farm in the Kirundo province of Burundi comes this exciting new Micro Lot. Grown high on Bwinyana Hill at over 1700 M.A.S.L - this East African specialty coffee is extremely unique in flavour. While it does offer some of the traditional acidity from an African bean, this coffee is more of a juicy, stone-fruit like acidity of a white flesh peach or nectarine. Finishing out with an extremely creamy body and notes of milk chocolate.
The name of the farm "Rotheca" comes from the native African Butterfly bush - the Rotheca Myricoid. The women of Rotheca farm some beautiful coffee and process it using a 14 hour fermentation. Which imparts fruit forward notes onto this Red Bourbon varietal.