12.60лв. – 63.00лв.
| BLACKBERRIES | DARK CANDY | RED WINE |
| BLACKBERRY | VERY RIPE BANANA |
| SYRUP BODY | TARTARIC ACIDITY |
Variety: Kent, Bourbon
Producer: Smallholder Coffee Farmers
More than 90% of the country’s production comes from small farmers, not mansions, and provides employment to 400.00 families and directly affects more than 2.4 million citizens. The main buyer of Tanzanian coffee is Japan. Coffee production in Tanzania is an important aspect of its economy, where on average between 30,000 and 40,000 metric tons are produced per year, of which approximately 70% is Arabica. Two new varieties of coffee have recently been discovered in the mountains of the Eastern Arc of Tanzania, Coffea bridsoniae and C. kihansiensis. Ninety percent of the country’s coffee farms are small, small farmers, and the rest are plantations. The Coffee Research Institute in Tanzania was founded in 2000 as a non-profit government company and began operations in September 2001. The company is non-profit and relies entirely on government funding, donors and the sale of agricultural materials and tools. Due to the declining coffee production in Tanzania since the 1990s, the institute aims to rejuvenate the country’s coffee industry and help increase coffee export revenues. The institute provides a service to the thousands of farmers in the industry with the corresponding technological progress and trains farmers for better agricultural practices in accordance with the continuous development of professions and best practices for growing coffee.
1kg, 200gr, 500gr
Aeropress – fine, Aeropress – large, Beans, Cezve, Chemex, Coffeemaker, Espresso, Filtered coffee, French press, Pourover