Tanzania, Iyenga AA Filter
£7.25 – £16.50
Blackcurrants, Liquorice & Chocolate
What we think: Brewing this using an Aeropress or French Press will result in a coffee with a lovely syrupy mouthfeel and heavy body. While using a V60 or drip method will heighten the blackcurrant flavours and result in a lighter fruiter cup of coffee.
About this coffee: This coffee is a collection of lots from nearly 200 farms that make up the Iyenga Agricultural Marketing Cooperative Society (AMCOS). The Cooperative was registered in 2003 with the aim of cutting out merchants who bought from the farms cheaply and sold to the markets for a higher price.
The members of AMCOS are represented by a group of highly
committed board members, who are elected by a democratic
vote amongst the registered farmers. The board have been
actively encouraging the men and women of the region to join
in on AMCOS activities.
This coffee is the highest graded coffee from Iyenga this season
and is bursting with flavours of rhubarb & raspberries with a rich
Farm: Iyenga AA
Variety: Kent, Bourbon & N39
Altitude: 1,670 – 1,500 masl
Roast profile: Filter