Burundi Kayanza Masha (filter)

Masha coffee washing station shares its name with the sub-hill upon which it stands. The sub-hill is more famous for its cattle than its coffee. The name Masha comes from the Kirundi word “amasho”, meaning “herds of cattle”. The sub-hill has been a crossroad for many herds in the region. Many of the local herders greet each other with a unique phrase only used in this region. They say, “gira amasho”, which means “owner of cows”.  
Masha station was built in 1989. The majority of farmers who deliver cherry are subsistence farmers. Farmers intercrop their trees with food crops and other cash crops to feed and support their families.  


• Roast: Light (filter)

• Region: Kayanza

• Varietal: Red Bourbon

• Altitude: 1672 MASL

• Producer: Masha Washing Station

• Process Method: Washed

• Profile: Tea-like body, hazelnut, orange rind and red berries

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