Single Origin Coop
Tasting Notes: lemon, raspberry, black tea
Roast Profile: Medium to Light Roast
800 farmers joined together to form the Fair Trade Organic Kopakaki co-op. They then joined under the umbrella of the Misozi co-op to help market the coffee to the world. Kopakaki grows only bourbon varietal, at 4500 feet above sea level in the south-western part of the country, north of Burundi.
The complexity of this coffee is unexpected. It is sugary sweet and very fruity. It is winey and bright like a Kenya, and since we decided to make it into a light roast, you taste the notes of lime and peach. It has a medium body and medium acidity. Those who enjoy a sweet-savory cup with a hoppy finish will be intrigued to make this a part of your coffee ritual.