Limited Edition Burundi Butezi Washing Station Coffee


Limited Edition Burundi Butezi Washing Station Coffee


Item No. 343590

Out of stock

  • Weight:
    • 125g / 4.4oz
    • 250g / 8.8oz
    • 500g / 17.6oz
    • 1kg / 35.2oz
    • Beans
    • Cafetière
    • Filter
    • Espresso
    • Turkish

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Code: 343590

Additional Information

  • Description
    More than 2000 local producers deliver cherries for processing to the Butezi Washing Station – but it happened to be this particular variety that stood out for us during our monthly taste test (someone has to do it). With its creamy mouthfeel and tart acidity, it’s the perfect coffee for a mid-morning treat.
  • Ingredients

    Roasted Arabica beans.

    Storage: Always store coffee in an airtight container. Ground coffee should be used within 2 weeks of opening to ensure optimum freshness.

    Roasted and packed in the UK.
    Packed in a protective atmosphere.

  • Reviews
    Burundi Butezi
    By Brano from Bristol on 04/27/2019
    This coffee is so good, that's a shame that it will be available only for a short time. Everyone has a different taste, but I would recommend this coffee beans to give a go to anyone, who like a light roast.




Light Medium

Tastes Like

Raspberries & Cream

Brew the Perfect cup

When making coffee always use freshly drawn and boiled water – wait a few seconds for the water to cool so you don't scald the grinds. Cardinal rule? Never re-heat brewed coffee! Freshness is everything.






A V60 highlights this lighter roast's clean, tart acidity, while serving as a macchiato with a dash of foamed milk complements its creamy notes.

Origin: Burundi

We've sourced this roast directly from the Burundi Butezi Washing Station, located in the small town of Gahombo.

A Small Scale Challenge

In Burundi, the majority of local farmers own less than half a hectare of land to grow all crops on, from coffee to bananas. The space and financial resources for a wet- or dry-milling facility are few and far between, so washing stations have been set up to support local growers in sorting, blending and post-harvest processing.