During the Intango process, cherries are placed in sealed traditional clay pots (called Intangos) for 100 hours.
The naturally porous clay is thought to harbour specific microbes from the atmosphere, making Intango even more complex in comparison to an anaerobic-style fermentation performed in non-porous materials such as plastic or stainless steel, which are more commonly used.
For extensive details on how these coffees are processed in low oxygen clay pots, read more below!
This outrageously good coffee is grown by three farmers with neighbouring farms on Buhimba Hill. What makes this even more exciting is that Buhimba Hill is actually an island on Lake Kivu! This means that these growers commute to the island on boats to harvest their cherries and then bring them back to shore to deliver them to washing stations!
Take our word on this, this special coffee is not to be missed! Supplies are limited, so don't delay, get funky today!