In Swahili, "Kahawa yetu ni tamu" means "Our coffee is sweet", so we gave our coffee from Tanzania the fun-sounding name Yetu Tamu. Our selected Arabica berries grow in Tanzania, 1700-2000 m above sea level. French missionaries brought coffee to Tanzania in 1890 and planted it on the slopes of Kilimanjaro. These plantations are the oldest in the entire country. Bourbon and Kent beans are grown in Tanzania.
Our Yetu Tamu coffee beans are special. They are called peas. Usually, each coffee tree fruit contains two beans. Sometimes only one bean is formed in the fruit, so no one presses it and the seed grows in an oval shape. Such fruits are called peas (English "peaberries") and make up about 5 percent of all grown coffee.
A cup of well-balanced, particularly juicy and fruity coffee.
Tasting notes: Fruit, mango, cherry
Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia
Shipping time 1-2 business days
Price: 3 EUR (free for orders over 75 EUR)
Rest of Europe
Shipping time 2-4 business days
Price: 25 EUR