Kinama Hill Lot 35 coffee stands out for its natural production process and unique flavour profile, which includes notes of citrus, honey, blueberry and dried tomato. In addition, its high quality score places it among the best specialty coffees in the region.
Origin and Development
The name "Migoti" is derived from a local tree, also known as the mountain where Migoti built his first coffee washing station. This station is located on Migoti Mountain, in the Mutambu commune of Bujumbura province, about 30 km from the centre of Bujumbura. Coffee has been an integral part of Burundi's agricultural history since the early 20th century, when under Belgian colonial rule, its cultivation and production was promoted. After several political and economic transitions, including privatisation of the sector in the 1960s and subsequent state control until 1991, coffee has remained a crucial resource for the country.
Migoti Coffee Company has established a coffee washing station at Migoti Mountain in partnership with industry experts. This station is managed by a local team that strives to ensure quality from harvest to export. Rigorous selection and processing processes have been implemented to ensure that Burundi coffee maintains its reputation as one of the best specialty coffees in the region.