The Nkaka washing station was built in 1979 in the Mwumba Commune of the Ngozi province. It's named after the small Nkaka River that passes through the region at an elevation around 1,675 meters above sea level. Legend has it that men would go to this river after drinking too much beer to sober up before going home. If they arrived home late and were asked where they had been, they would say that they had come from 'Nkaka'. This washing station collects cherries from over 2,050 local coffee farmers spread over the 13 neighboring hillsides and during harvest season Nkaka processes more than 1,050 tons of coffee. This coffee has a crisp acidity with a depth of flavor resembling a pear/apple combination. This is complemented by cocoa and mellow nut flavors.
This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!