Full-Bodied with a Sweet Aroma and Nutty Finish
Tanzanian coffee beans are known for having a compelling sweetness and potent character. Made from 100% Arabica beans, our TANZANIAN PEABERRY coffee is a single origin that is sure to satisfy. This coffee is one of our favourites for its sweet wine-like aroma and smooth, dark chocolate, woody & nutty after tastes. It is available as a dark roast and comes fresh in a 1 pound bag.
What is Peaberry coffee?
Peaberry is a type of coffee bean. Typically the coffee plant consists of two sees that, when grown beside each other, develop flat surfaces.
Sometimes, however, only one of the seeds get fertilized and the second seed develops with nothing to flatten it. That’s why peaberry coffee beans are rounded or “pea-shaped”. As a result, the beans are fine and strong in flavour. Some connoisseurs are convinced the peaberry affect results in higher quality coffee.
When speaking about coffee beans, single-origin refers to beans that come from one geographic location. This is important because single-origin coffee offers a more unique and specific coffee taste when compared to a coffee from multiple locations.
Choose The Coffee Bean Grind Right For You
We offer a variety of different grind options (whole bean, coarse grind, medium grind and fine grind) so that you can select the grind choice that makes sense for you.
Unsure of which grind to pick? We have made this super handy grind chart that breaks down all of the different types of grinds and what types of brewers they are optimal for. Best practices recommend using a coarse to medium grind for french presses & pour over coffee makers. Fine grind is optimal for stovetop espresso makers.
When speaking about different types of roasts, dark roast coffee beans refer to beans that are roasted for longer. Different roast levels allow for unique flavour profiles to develop. Roasting the beans for longer gives the taste of coffee a stronger flavour that can be more smokey and dark brown.
How to Store Coffee
To keep your coffee beans fresh for as long as possible, we recommend storing them in an opaque, air-tight container. Do not store them in a freezer, as this creates moisture and alters the taste of the beans. Instead, it’s best to store your coffee in a dark cool location away from light to preserve the beans. This way your cups of coffee are just as satisfying between storage.
GROSCHE Safe Water Project
GROSCHE is a Social Enterprise and certified B Corp on a mission to make the world a better place. For every pound of coffee sold, the GROSCHE Safe Water Project provides 50+ days of safe drinking water to people in need. Thank you for helping us “B The Change“.