Tanzania

Roast Quick Facts

Dark RoastBlack TeaLimePeach
This coffee boasts an above-average body, creating a rich and satisfying experience. Its unique profile blends the crispness of black tea with the zesty brightness of lime, further complemented by the sweet, luscious undertones of peach. This harmonious combination results in a cup that is both refreshing and deeply flavorful, offering a delightful journey with every sip.

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🔬 Under The Microscope

Roaster Notes:
Tanzania coffee, known for its above-average body, offers a delightfully rich and robust experience. It begins with a base that is both full and smooth, creating an exquisite canvas for its complex flavor profile. The first note to greet the palate is the crispness of black tea, which provides a refined and slightly earthy foundation. This is beautifully contrasted by the vibrant zest of lime, adding a refreshing and invigorating twist that awakens the senses. Complementing these flavors are the sweet, juicy undertones of ripe peach. These peach notes bring a gentle, fruity sweetness that rounds out the flavor profile, creating a harmonious balance between tart and sweet. This unique blend of tastes makes Tanzania coffee an exceptional choice for those who appreciate a coffee with depth and character. Its rich body and intriguing combination of black tea, lime, and peach offer a distinctive and memorable coffee experience.

Country of Origin:
Tanzania

Best Brewing Method:
French Press

Origin of The Beans

Where does Tanzania's beans come from?
The Region

Kenya's coffee region is famed for its volcanic soils and high altitudes, providing ideal growing conditions. The beans are known for their bright acidity, full body, and distinct flavors, often with fruity and berry notes, embodying the richness of African coffee.

The Farm

The Northern Peaberry Plus from Tanzania is cultivated by local smallholder farmers in Karatu, Arusha, and Marangu. These farmers, often working with limited quantities, process ripe cherries using traditional, artisanal methods at their farms. The cherries are first depulped, then left to ferment overnight. Following this, the parchment is spread on raised tables for sun drying. Once dry, the farmers either sell the parchment to private buyers or deliver it to dry mills, which are typically owned and managed by cooperatives or groups of farmers.

Process & Harvest

Fully washed and patio-dried coffee: a method ensuring clean flavors with a bright, crisp profile, enhancing clarity and consistency in every cup.

The Region
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Process & Harvest

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