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Tanzania Edelweiss Estate

$ 17.00

Release Date:  11/20/2018

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This is truly an exciting and special coffee.  A washed mild Tanzania is worth its weight in gold. The first clue that this was going to be an exciting coffee is the origin:  It is a single estate coffee from Edelweiss Estate in Tanzania, a 600-acre coffee farm.


I'm so happy to have Tanzania coffee back! You know African coffee is my favorite, and I ALWAYS do the HAPPY DANCE when we have it around. It warms my heart!

Aroma: Deep and distinguished, Earthy, Notes of Toffey, and Peanut Brittle
Body: BOLD! It's velvety, creamy, dense, with spicy hints of nutmeg, clove, and pepper.
Lingering with a fresh, earthy vibe. Some hops and smokey

Continue reading below the video to learn more about the special location of the estate. 

About this Coffee

GROWER: Edelweiss Oldeani Estate
REGION: Karatu District, Arusha Region, Tanzania
ALTITUDE: 1600 – 1850 meters
PROCESS: Fully washed and dried in raised beds
VARIETY: Batian, Blue Mountain, Bourbon, Kent, SL-28
HARVEST: July - December
SOIL: Volcanic loam
CERTIFICATION: Rainforest Alliance Certified

Tanzania RFA Edelweiss Estate is sourced from a family owned estate located in Oldeani, Tanzania. The 600-acre estate, called Edelweiss, is perched on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Caldera (the largest unbroken caldera in the world), a protected wildlife refuge for the endangered black rhino and UNESCO World Heritage site. The estate has been in the Vohora family since the end of World War II. In recent years the Vohora family has made significant farm renovation including intercropping macadamia trees for shade and income diversity. Mill innovations have also vastly improved water management and quality control from picking to export. More than 50 full-time employees have access to housing and land to grow food crops for their families.

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