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Tanzania Peaberry Zoom

Tanzania Peaberry CP Select

Flavor Notes: Raspberry, Lemon Zest, Black Tea
Tanzania Fully Washed CPU Peaberry

CPUs are the Central Processing Units where coffee is taken by various producers. It's at the CPUs where the coffee is depulped, fermented, washed and dried. The CPUs are newer, having been established in the last three years to help provide producers with a centrally located processing facility that can process coffee more consistently and ensure better quality.

The rounder shaped peaberry, formed from the maturation of one seed per cherry rather then the typical two seeds, is meticulously sorted during the milling process for it's distinct flavor profiles.

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Product Description


    Many coffee drinkers believe that peaberries are more concentrated than normal coffee beans because of their small size. It is for the acidity and brightness that people buy Tanzania coffee, characterized by a winy acidity, medium body, and it is often used as a blender.
Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Type No
    Elevation About 4500 feet
    Farm -
    Origin East Africa
    Farmer 200+ Farmers
    City -
    Region Mbozi District, Songwe Region, Tanzania
    Farm Size typically less than an acre up to about 12 acres
    Coffee growing area Tanzania
    Processing system Fully washed and dried on raised beds
    Variety Bourbon, Kent
    Practices June - August
    Climate -
    Soil Type Clay minerals
Product's Review
    1. solid Review by Tom

      Caveat: I'm new to this so still feeling my way around home roasting. I used the SR500 and tried two different roasts: light french roast (about 10-15 seconds into second crack) and city plus (about 30 seconds after the last first crack). The light french roast worked better for this bean. There wasn't much acidity even at the lighter roast so I tried to bring out more of the body with the darker roast. Overall it was pretty well balanced cup; sweetness was closer to milk. (Posted on 7/29/2013)

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