When Lucie, Birdie's co-owner, called us, the mission was noble and clear, to develop an East African coffee, natural, fruity, light roast, for her slow brews. Some research and samples received later, blind cupping was set. Difficult to decide, but by giving time to the aromas to take their place, the coffee of Ramadhan Salum has naturally imposed itself. A 100% red bourbon from the forest, from the only independent Burundian owner, processed naturally on covered African beds for 1 day and then for 21 to 30 days in the sun. From its production in Buzira, in a region bordering the Nyungwe National Park, it has about 2000 coffee trees and 30 associations of producers, which represents about 3000 farmers.