Slightly acidic and its stimulating effect on humans because of its caffeine content. Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world.
Tanzanian Arabica coffees are grown on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru in the Northern areas, under the shade of banana trees, truly an exotic location for this east African coffee. Arabica coffee makes up to 70% of total country production.
Directly coffee is grown by about 450,000 families. This constitutes 90% of the total coffee producers. The remaining 10% comes from the estates. Indirectly coffee make a living for 6% (2.4 million) of the country population which is currently estimates to be 40 million.
Northern Tanzania coffees are well known in international markets due to the tendency of being pleasant in aroma, rich in acidity and body, sweet taste with balanced flavours due to mineral nutrients from volcanic soils. Yeyo have a passion for sharing these with you!