Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.

Embark on a sensory journey with the Burundi Agahore Lot A0002, an exceptional specialty coffee that we are very excited to have here at Flat Cap. With an impressive SCA score of 85, this meticulously crafted blend is far from ordinary - it's a testament to the artistry and dedication of farmers. Each sip unveils a symphony of flavours, where robust notes of chocolate dance harmoniously with subtle hints of caramel and citrus.


We prefer this coffee best in immersion methods but it also makes a stunning Espresso!


- All of our coffees are 100% Specialty Grade

- We roast to order so you can guarantee the freshest possible coffee

- All of our coffees are ethically sourced


Image shows coffee infographic for specialty coffee Burundi Agahore Lot A0002


Farm Story


Agahore coffee are a washing station, speciality coffee farm and exporter located in the village of Gaterama, Burundi.

Collating cherries from three communities balances volume with quality and traceability. Lot A0002 comes from Bukhorka, Kiremaa, and Twaranyuzwe.

After picking cherries are collected and brought to the washing station for a 10 hour dry fermentation and subsequent 12 hour wet fermentation to accentuate the gentle fruits and sweetness. A 10 hour soak further adds complexity and clarity to the cup.

Coffees are finished on raised beds taking between 14-21 days to dry.

Agahore is both a wet mill and farm located in Gaterama village. They have a close relationship with Murambi villagers where their first washing station was established in 2012. Four years later Gaterama was opened. They operate separately from each other in order to provide specific quality decisions and have separate catchment areas, though can pull together when needed to provide volume and profile flexibility.

The washing stations buy coffee from producers surrounding each washing station as well as producing their own on a shared farm for each location. AGAHORE Burundi Farm & Wet Mill Agahore

This further benefits the producers and is seen as part of the reason Agahore have been successful – involving the community form the very beginning and making them part of the success.

Separation and filtration systems are installed to clean the Mubarazi river water that is used for processing the washed coffees. Shade trees and seedlings are produced and distributed to improve the quality. “Umuremera” or the African Cherry tree is a threatened native variety. It is a wonderful shade tree in coffee farms and the bark is used in numerous ways. Goats are also given to farmers too to improve the production of organic fertilisers and mulch is used to maintain moisture in the soil and supress weeds on the fields.


We always recommend buying whole bean coffee as this is the best for freshness. We are however happy to grind our coffee to your specification if this is how you would prefer it. Please note, we only supply ground coffee in 227g and 500g bags.