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Tanzania Kilimanjaro AAA Washed Coffee
Tanzania Kilimanjaro AAA Washed Coffee
Tanzania Kilimanjaro AAA Washed Coffee
Tanzania Kilimanjaro AAA Washed Coffee
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Tanzania Kilimanjaro AAA Washed Coffee

Regular price $129.00 $0.00
This single origin coffee is Tanzania from Africa, Kilimanjaro producing this AAA Grade coffee. Washed process bring out the manderine and grape flavor of the coffee, and roasted to medium dark level to highlight dark chocolate and malt characters.

Origin: Tanzania
Region: Kilimanjaro
Grade: AAA
Process: Washed
Roasting Level: Medium Dark roast
Tasting Notes:
Aroma: Cane Sugar, Black Grape, Cedar
Acidity: Grape
Body: Silky Body
Flavour: Manderine, Walnut, Dark Chocolate, Malt

Our Tanzanian coffee is grown at high altitudes on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and comes from a Sustainable Estate. This wet processed coffee produces an excellent cup.
Most Tanzanian coffee is grown in the north of the country on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Discover this really interesting beans - bright, clean and pleasingly complex fruit driven flavours.
The Kilimanjaro region has some of the largest estates as well as small local run plantations. In the Kilimanjaro region coffee was first introduced by German missionaries as early as 1898. Since then there has been no going back and today the demand for Tanzanian coffee is growing more and more.
A traditional cycle of coffee from planting to consuming as done by a local family on the hills of Kilimanjaro. Seeds are planted in a nursery until they grow after which they are put into individual bags.
Harvesting time in Northern Tanzania is usually from July to December. The coffee tree produces white flowers which fall off after a couple of days and in their place a berry appears. This process continues throughout the season. The berry itself when raw is green and it eventually turns red, once red it is ready to be harvested. Tanzania coffee is sold in different grades from AAA to F
The harvesting is usually done by women. The harvested berries are put into a machine that takes off the pulp. With the pulps off the berries are very slimy, in order to get rid of this slime they leave the beans in water for a couple of days. This is also when the fermentation happens, this process is known as the wet method. They are dried on large screens in the sun, depending on the weather the beans are left to dry for a couple of days. The beans once dried to their requirements can now be stored or packed for export.

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