Tanzania Gaia AA Nº 125
Tanzania Gaia AA Nº 125
Tanzania Gaia AA Nº 125

Tanzania Gaia AA Nº 125

From £7.96

Tastes Like:

Blackcurrant, Assam Tea, Ganache

Roast:

The coffee at Gaia farm is shade-grown under a canopy of native trees which are home to the abundant wildlife found here. The landowners Read more

About Tanzania Gaia AA Nº 125

The coffee at Gaia farm is shade-grown under a canopy of native trees which are home to the abundant wildlife found here. The landowners have also dedicated over one third of the farm a migration corridor to help preserve the natural ecosystem.

This diversity can in turn help produce exceptional coffees that undergo a slower maturation thanks to the shade. The result is aromatic with both red and black fruit sweetness. This coffee has been roasted to highlight these characteristics and accentuates a rich chocolate ganache flavour.


Size: SMALL 250g

Grind: WHOLE BEAN

Whole Bean If you grind your own beans
Cafetiere Suitable for Cafetiere & Chemex, coarse grind
Filter Suitable for Drip & V60 filters, Aeropress & Stovetop
Espresso Suitable for Espresso machines (for DeLonghi choose Filter grind)
Good to know…
  • Free delivery when you spend over £25
    Free delivery when you spend over £25
  • Dispatched next working day
    Dispatched next working day
  • Roasted fresh to every order
    Roasted fresh to every order
  • Our packaging is completely recycable
    Our packaging is completely recycable

Delivery information

Roasted & dispatched the next working day via Royal Mail Tracked service.

Order Value
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The Ngorongoro crater

Process

Washed

Producers

Edelweiss Oldeani Estate & Finagro Plantations

Grown

Oldeani, Arusha

Altitude

1620m - 1850m

Varietals

Bourbon, SL28

The owners of Gaia have been producing coffee in this region for over 90 years! Their expertise has expanded beyond growing and harvesting fresh cherry, to building their own dry mill and preserving over one-third of their land as a wildlife corridor to protect migration routes. The coffee is shade-grown, which allows for the slow maturation of coffee cherries as well as a canopy of native trees in which the local ecosystem can thrive. The region has been subject to unpredictable rainfall this season, which has resulted in lower yields. However, the late harvest this caused has enabled the coffee to arrive here in the UK as fresh as possible.

Did you know

The farm is situated on the edge of the Ngorongoro crater and is a UNESCO world heritage site.

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