Muzo Giko Hills - Espresso


Origin: Gakenke District, Northern Province

Producer: 15 families & Muzo washing station

Variety: Red Bourbon

Growing altitude: 1900-2100m

Processing method: fully washed

Tasting notes: black cherry, lemon, brown sugar

Muzo washing station is located on a mountain slope in the hilly Gakenke District. It is owned by Emmanuel Rusatira, founder of Baho Coffee, which owns 6 stations in the country. Muzo is the smallest station in the Baho collection and is near and dear to Emmanuel as the source of his most beautiful coffees. The station is nested in the cove of a hill, which pushes up cold air at night, suitable for the coffees on the African beds. Muzo Cooperative is very experienced and the team is very knowledgeable. All of these factors play a part in the intensely sweet and tropical fruit flavoured coffees they produce. You are likely to taste black cherries and lemon in a really smooth cup. 

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