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This African coffee variety is wild and gamey, the kind of gamey that tells you that this is not a domesticated coffee. This is a blend from a number of coffee producers across the Kilimanjaro and Arusha regions;  such as the Hai and Moshi Rural districts.  Also some of these beans are sourced from the Meru district near Arusha (we've been there).  This coffee is fully washed and processed on farms using the locally made hand pulpers, buckets for fermentation,  and dried on raised beds.  One of our favorites.   


Tasting Notes:  Richly deep in flavor with hints of spices and herbs. This taste lingers on your palate. There are also fruity overtones of raspberry, blueberry, and orange with a dark chocolate that nicely balances the spice hints.


~14 ounce bag (medium roast or dark roast) About enough for a 12 cup pot a day, for one week. . 



Tanzanian Peaberry

    • Variety:  Bourbon, N39, Kent, Comfact, Nyasa
    • Organic: yes
    • Brightness:  5
    • Body:  5
    • Complexity: 4
    • Sweetness:  4
    • Fruity:  3
    • Flowery: 3
    • Chocolatey: 3
    • Earthy:  5
    • Winey:  6
  • You can buy our coffee at:

    1) Harbel's Market (Firestone Farm) on Saturdays (10am-2pm). 

    2) Lamppost Farms on Saturdays.

    3) The Dutch Cupboard on 14895 South Ave. Ste A, Columbiana, OH 44408, right behind Das Dutch Haus.

    You can purchase mail order, and you can choose to pickup your coffee order at Columbiana Microgreens.

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