I am really liking this one ... To me it has a walnut fudge and lemon zest flavors .. Top notch !!!!
I like variety...
I have used the Burundi it to make café Americano in the afternoon using an aeropress and hand grinding the beans myself for a quick pick me up and it is great with a cigar!
It is a smooth balanced earthy coffee with just enough brightness and fruitiness.
It makes a great morning pot as well....
I believe that the small batch roasting gives me an unequaled opportunity to enjoy this coffee at its best.... this is a definite bean I will purchase again and again
I was quite excited by the name and description of Burundi Muramvya so I jumped on it like a fat kid on some cake. To be fair, I have been drinking alot of Starbitches dark roast coffees and my palate has become accustom to really oily, dark roasted coffees. Comparatively, this is a lighter roast, less oily coffee. The Burundi Muramvya does not have the really full bass notes of the compared, however it does have a much greater complexity in the mid range and a nice, clean finish. I am definitely a fan!
I have not tried it yet, I will let you know.
I read the description of the Burundi Muramvya and sounded like a coffee I would really enjoy.... After having made several pots of the coffee, I must say that it was nothing like it was described... Those nuianses and the flavor profile just is not there... Needless to say I wish you well, but I was not pleased with my cup of "Ho".