This central African coffee, from the fertile hills of Kayanza Province of Burundi and processed at the award-winning Mpanga Washing Station, greets you with sweet pink grapefruit citrus acidity, notes of date move in and it finishes with some savory notes to balance it out quite nicely.
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As one of largest producers and exporters of coffee seeds in Burundi, SEGEC coffee has a proud history of providing quality coffee to the local and international markets. Founded on the principles of bringing fairness and transparency to the coffee value chain while satisfying customer demand,
SEGEC is also a company with heart and vision.
It specializes in coffees sourced from Burundi, fine Arabica coffee. Since its inception 15 years ago, SEGEC has established a track record of fair trading and excellent customer service, and now employs over -___ permanent staff and ____ seasonal staff. Directly and indirectly, it impacts the livelihoods of over 1 million coffee growers throughout Burundi.
“SEGEC “ coffee company was created in 2009; its main objectives are just to produce and enhance three types of coffee:
This coffee scored a very high 87 in SCAA cupping. It is roasted to a medium profile and produces an intense fruity coffee with flavours of orange, black cherry, peach and milk chocolate.