Burundi - Gahahe

9 reviews
Roast Level: Light
Bio: A bright coffee with notes of dried fruit.

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We love this time of year—fresh coffees have just arrived from our farm relationships in the Southern Hemisphere. This is our third consecutive year buying coffee from the Gahahe Central Washing Station in Kayanza, Burundi, who have once again delivered us an exceptional coffee.

This year we've decided to release Gahahe in unison with Karambi (from neighboring Rwanda). Though the two countries share mutual history, climate, and agricultural practices, their coffees can be quite different in flavor. We like to say Rwanda's coffees are like more fresh fruit and Burundi's are more like dried fruit. 

The size of this year's harvest was limited by poor weather, but the quality is as good as ever, with flavors that call to mind golden raisin, dried fig, crème brûlée, molasses, and honey.

Whole Bean - For homes that have a grinder to grind fresh at home, the preferred method

Drip - (Medium-Coarse) Regular coffee machines and Keurig machines

Pourover - (Medium) For Hand Brewing pourover coffee -V60s, Kalitas, etc

Chemex - (Medium-Coarse) For brewing with a Chemex

French Press - (Coarse) For brewing with a French Press

Espresso - (Finest) For brewing espresso

Cold Brew - (Coarsest) For making cold brew

At Partners we believe freshness matters. That's why when you place an order online, you're not getting a bag pulled from a shelf. Our team adds it to a scheduled roast day (based on your order time) and your coffee is made fresh just for you.


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Please note that very rarely (due to extenuating circumstances such as volume or holidays) your order may be sometimes added to a different roast than above.


Coffee Information

Roast Level


Roast level is based on the Agtron Scale.

Tasting Notes

Golden Raisin, Dried Fig, Honey

Brew Methods