Most coffee beans are born twins. Within each cherry on the coffee tree, two beans are grown side by side, resulting in the flat face of most beans. Peaberries, however, occur when only one of the two seeds is fertilized, growing on its own without anything to flatten it. They are individualists, the lone guns of the coffee world. As a result of their independence, many coffee connoisseurs have suggested that each peaberry is infused with all the assets normally reserved for two beans. In our humble opinion, these beans are most certainly unique, punctuated by an intoxicating, chocolaty aroma. The subtle oat-y undertone and rich, winey body is surprisingly versatile and perfect for any time of day.
The flavor is great and the caffeine content is perfect for my morning cups.
Also, when I decide to add a little octane to my coffee, the flavor blends fantastically with Bourbon or Irish Whiskey.
Give it a try, but don't buy so much that I can't get mine, lol!”
“I have three types of coffee that I always have on hand and this Tanzanian Peaberry is one of them.
- “This coffee is a hidden gem. The flavor is incredible with a nice crisp finish. This stuff really shines when made in a French Press. Good kick; a 30oz mug of this stuff will keep you going all day. Best bargain I've found in whole bean coffee in ages. If you like Blue Mountain, give this stuff a try; it will surprise you. Will buy more.”
- “I've been a coffee snob for decades and I now frequently travel on business to Italy so I regularly have mind-blowing coffee. I simply don't tolerate anything but delicious coffee. This Tanzanian Peaberry is smooth and packed with flavor - it's slightly sweet and bursting with rich flavor. It really is that good.”