Terroir Tanzania coffee beans

Tanzania Tembo Tembo Estate is located on the slopes of the Ngorongoro Volcano, which, due to a collapsed crater and its nutrient-rich soil, is home to many different animals, including lions, giraffes, rhinos and elephants. The soil is ideal for growing coffee. The Swiss family, which took over the coffee plantation in 2010, set up special animal corridors so that the animals can cross the plantation undisturbed. By the way, the name Tembo Tembo comes from the Swahili language and means elephant.

⬩ Limited Edition: This coffee is available for a limited time only.

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Minimum shelf life: 6 months
Consume the coffee as soon as possible after opening the package.
  • Degree of roast
  • Preparation
    espresso machine, bialetti coffee maker
  • Type
    ristretto, espresso, café crème
  • Haptic
    bulky, creamy mouthfeel
  • Aromas
    Gingerbread, chocolate, sea buckthorn, red apple,
  • Taste
    Fruity, much sweetness
  • Sorts
    100 % Arabica

Country of origin



Ngorongoro (Mt. Oldeani)

Farm Tembo Tembo
Average height 1900 m a.s.l.
Topography volcanic slope in highland
Soil condition volcanic soil
Temperature 16 °C
Precipitation 1200 mm per year

During the cultivation of the coffee, special care is taken to ensure that no herbicides, fungicides or insecticides are used. In addition, the coffee beans are handpicked to guarantee the best quality.


Botanical type Arabica
Botanical subspecies Peaberry
Harvesting method selective hand harvest
Harvest time July - October
Export time October - December
Bean size 9-11
Processing type fully washed
Bag size 60 kg



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