Tasting Profile: Pear, floral, jasmine, strawberry.
Grower: Small cooperative farmers in the Mbeya area
Variety: Bourbon & Kent
Region: Mbeya Region of Tanzania
Altitude: 1200-1900 M
Soil Type: Clay Minerals
Process: Fully washed and dried on raised beds.
Most Tanzania coffee is grown on the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt. Meru, near the Kenyan border. These coffees are called Kilimanjaro or sometimes Moshi or Arusha after the main towns and shipping points.
Flavor profile of Tanzanian peaberry coffee is known for its intense brightness and high acidity. Conversely, the coffee is medium- bodied and best enjoyed at a medium roast.
Somewhat similar to Kenya coffee, Tanzania coffee reviews also exhibits a bright and vibrant, wine-y acidity, sometimes even sharp, and with a deep, rich, and strong taste. Typically with a medium to full body that is intense and creamy, a fine Tanzania coffee has tasting notes of a sweet berry-like, fruity flavor and sometimes notes of cedar.
All of our Gourmet Coffee is air-roasted to order.
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