Medium-bodied with a crisp, clean flavor and pleasing black currant and citrus notes.
Key Tasting Term: Currant
Geography Is a Flavor™
You can tell a lot about a coffee if you know where it’s from, because every bean has a distinctive flavor particular to its land of origin. Coffees from Africa are remarkable for their floral aromas and citrusy tastes.
The citrus and berry notes of Tanzania will pair perfectly with your favorite summer fruit salad.
Tanzania coffee is grown in East Africa’s fertile Rift Valley, which is believed to be the birthplace of coffee. The Great Rift Valley was formed out of explosive earthquake and volcanic activity.
Friday, May 18, 2007
I brought home a new featured Starbucks coffee to try; and I like it. There is no mention of the scarce Tanzanian peaberry on the package, but I did see some small rounded beans, so perhaps it's part of the blend. Here's the skinny:
Posted by Steve Tapp at 12:53 PM