Founded by Ben and Kristy Carlson, Long Miles Coffee was born in the lush coffee producing country of Burundi, East Africa. Poor farming practices kept farmers in poverty. Longmiles saw an opportunity to improve people’s lives by improving the quality of the coffee they produced. While dreaming of great coffee and a better future for farmers, we built our first washing station (or wet mill) in 2013.
Nini is the name of the central washing station located in Kayanza Province, Northern Burundi. It is managed by Jean-Clement Birabereye - a 15-year coffee veteran, who oversaw the construction of the washing station back in 2008.
The station processes coffee from approximately 3,400 smallholder farmers, who cultivate coffee on the hillsides that surround Kayanza, at elevations of up to 1,950 masl.
Nini has become highly regarded for its consistently clean and complex coffees. It's due to these cup qualities, alongside his focus and belief in motivating farmers' meticulous harvesting and agricultural practices.
This natural coffee is super duper fruity. A vibrant & refreshing aromatics of blueberry & plum juiciness, finish with a chocolaty aftertaste. An absolutely delightful coffee to enjoy in the evening.
Brewing Recipe :
1 : 15
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