Muyinga Province

Country: Burundi

Muyinga Province, situated in northern Burundi, boasts picturesque hills and an average altitude ranging from 1,500 to 1,700 meters, gracing its volcanic soil. Its proximity to the Ruvubu National Park and its traversal by the River Nile add to its natural allure. 

Renowned for its excellent climate, Muyinga Province provides an optimal environment for cultivating the Red Bourbon variety of coffee, known for its delightful notes of sweetness, caramel, and chocolate. 

Since 2021, the processing of coffee has been expertly handled at the Karambo washing station, overseen by the capable management of Etienne Girukwishaka. This facility serves approximately 2,000 farmers from the region, whose collective farms span over 50 hectares. 

Coffee holds a pivotal role in Burundi’s economy, serving as a vital source of income for numerous families. It enables access to education and facilitates the construction of homes, thereby contributing significantly to the livelihoods of many. 




Various Regions,
Northern Burundi


1,500m - 1,700m

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Coffee Varieties

Variety: Red Bourbon (Karambo)

Harvest: April to July
Processing: Natural
Cup Profile: Fruity coffee with notes of blackberry, blueberry and stone fruits, medium body and a creamy mouthfeel.

Variety: Red Bourbon (Kiryama)

Harvest: April to July
Processing: Natural
Cup Profile: Fruity notes of raspberry and apricot, a sweetness of honey and dates.

Variety: Red Bourbon (Masasu)

Harvest: April to July
Processing: Honey
Cup Profile: Very floral coffee with notes of bergamot, rosehip, raspberry and cascara.

Variety: Red Bourbon (Karambo)

Harvest: April to July
Processing: Natural
Cup Profile: A floral coffee with notes of red berries and apricot. A sweet honey aftertaste. 

Good socio-environmental practices

Beyond its commitment to cultivating exceptional coffee, Fazenda Santa Izabel prioritises good socio-environmental practices. The farm extends its expertise to small producers in the region with the provision of courses and workshops. This not only fortifies ties within the community but also empowers local producers to connect with international buyers, ensuring a sustainable future for all involved.

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