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Nemba - CIMA Yeast

Nemba - CIMA Yeast

  • Burundi
  • Cherry Coulis, Miso, Turkish Delight
  • 1818masl

First roast 29/08/2023

Origin Story

Country: Burundi
Region: Kayanza
Process: CIMA Yeast Natural
Variety: Red Bourbon
Elevation: 1818masl

This lot is naturally processed with CIMA yeast fermentation.
This specific yeast was specially developed for coffee production over a four-year period of research and trials.

Burundi is a small, landlocked African country located to the south of Rwanda and between the Democratic Republic of Congo to the West and Tanzania to the East.
Coffee in this country is grown mostly by smallholders, and is often wet-processed.
Burundi's coffee is often said to have flavour characteristics similar to those of its Rwandan neighbour due to the geographic proximity and closely related processing methods.
A number of farmer-education projects are aimed at helping to improve the quality and quantity of the nation's production, and to provide the farmers with greater stability.

Nemba Washing Station was built in 1991 in the Kayanza Commune in the Kayanza province in the North of Burundi.
It sits at an altitude of 1818m. This washing station collects cherries from over 3100 local coffee farmers spread over the 15 neighbouring colonies.
During the season, Nemba processes more than 750 tons of coffee.
These cherries are laid on raised beds to dry where they are repeatedly sorted and sifted to ensure an even drying process.
This on average takes between 10 -14 weather permitting. All farmers are supported and trained in accordance with Good Agricultural Practices (G.A.P).
This training is focussed on farm management, coffee tree pruning, climate change impacts, fertilization, and mulching.
The farmers are also encouraged to engage in the information provided by the saving association villages through which farmers have been taught to take small and manageable loans to expand their business.
Greenco also grow and distribute coffee plants and train farmers on environmental protection,
addressing issues such as soil erosion, water drainage, river protection, and waste management.

Recipe

Suggested recipe for V60
Dose - 15.5g
Yield - 240g
Grind - Coarse
Water Temperature - 92c
Time : 2:40
4 pours of 60g every 45 seconds
*We use 1 cup Hario V60 Ceramic, our water is Reverse Osmosis 70ppm-100ppm

Fast Delivery

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You can expect your order to arrive within 4 business days within Australia metro areas, depending on shipping option chosen.

We ship internationally fresh coffee!

For international orders we use Fedex Express which takes about 3-10 business days depending on your location.

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Regular price $25.00
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