Nestled deep within the heart of the small coffee producing country of Burundi, on the border of Kayanza Province, is the village of Bukeye. Bukeye bustles with all the activity of village life and that activity spills to the very edge of the road. People sewing garments on foot pedal machines, selling beans from huge sacks, hanging freshly butchered goats for the noon meal and repairing bicycles with just one tool. Just beyond this village, down a tree lined dirt road, lies the backbone of Long Miles Coffee Project; the Bukeye washing station.

Bukeye is the first washing station built by Ben and Kristy Carlson, an American family who see the potential of Burundi coffee and its farmers.

Coffee of Bukeye Washing Station Can Be Found In These Products:

THE DETAILS

Bukeye Washing Station

PARTNER SINCE

2020

Origin

Burundi

Farmers

160 Committed Employees

Altitude

1760

Varietals

Heirloom Bourbon

Processing

Washed

Harvest Months

March-June

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