Bragðlýsingar eru alltaf leiðandi og skemmtilegast er að hver og einn finni sínar bragðlýsingar. Og þegar við smökkuðum kaffið kom upp í hugann:
Rifsber, mjólkursúkkulaði, þroskaðar ferskjur, hnetumauk (pranline) ástaraldin. Góð fylling og mjög tært
Burundi shares a border with two other well-known coffee producing countries, Tanzania and Rwanda. Like its neighbours, production in Burundi is dominated by thousands and thousands of smallholder farmers who organize and sell their coffees as part of a cooperative. Therefore a single purchased lot of coffee can impact many lives. Butihinda washing station has between 2500 and 3500 coffee farmers and uses the water source of Mugobe from Masaka and Ngara Mountain at 2000m named “Long life-drink gold”. Masaka and Ngara, are reputed to be gold mines. In Kirundi, Bantu language, “Inzahabu Coffee” means “Gold Coffee”.