In this episode, let’s look at the history of Burundi and how coffee interweaves with the terrible human rights abuses in the region.
This month’s special offering is sourced from the Land of a Thousand Hills, Burundi, and double washed at Teka, one of their top-rated processing stations. Double washed coffee, also referred to as fully washed or double fermented coffee, is traditional to Burundi. Other coffee-producing countries nearby, such as Kenya and Rwanda, have adopted this method …
Along the way, I think I’ve found the perfect name for this blog – Kaffeeklatsch. It’s a little quirky, a little hard to say, and very German, but it fits the spirit of what I’m trying to accomplish perfectly.
In this edition of Kaffeeklatsch, we explore the history and technique behind blending coffees and the ways Nate’s Coffee uses blending to create our bi-annual ‘Tis the Season roast.
Welcome to the first edition of Kaffeeklatsch: a blog post about our seasonal coffees of the month and the places they come from as well as the history of coffee. This week’s edition is about the coffee industry of Timor-Leste.