The highest point in Africa is the summit of Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro. This magnificent country — the largest in East Africa — shares a border with Kenya, though coffee was first planted here in 1898, by way of Ethiopia. Tanzania’s vast and varied terroir is ideal for cultivating high-quality Arabicas. Coffees from the Kilimanjaro region tend to be full-bodied, with chocolate and caramel notes, while Mbeya boasts unique orange and lemon citrus notes and the Karatu region is celebrated for its distinctively blueberry and blackberry cup profiles.

7 Coffees

Tanzania Organic Kilimanjaro AA/AB 2024
$4.50/lb$292.50/65lb box
Black Currant, Caramel, Citrus, Hazelnut, Black Tea
Cup Score: 83.75
Tanzania AA Usawa Kahawa Project 2024
$4.50/lb$292.50/65lb box
Dark Chocolate, Caramel, Citrus, Dried Apricot, Papaya, Stone Fruit
Cup Score: 85.75
Tanzania Peaberry Plus Washed 2024
$4.40/lb$286/65lb box
Milk Chocolate, Pecan, Red Currant, Chamomile, Citrus
Cup Score: 85.25
Tanzania Mbeya Mwangoka Farm Natural 2024
$4.87/lb$316.55/65lb box
Tropical Fruit, Strawberry, Brown Sugar, Clementine, Tea-like
Cup Score: 87
Tanzania Mbeya Mwangoka Farm AA/AB Washed 2024
$4.67/lb$303.55/65lb box
Dark Chocolate, Brown Sugar, Dried Plum, Citrus
Cup Score: 85.75
Tanzania Songwe Hezya Peaberry Plus 2023
$3.98/lb$258.70/65lb box
Chocolate, Passion Fruit, Tea-like
Cup Score: 84.25
Tanzania Songwe Hezya AB Plus 2023
$4.10/lb$266.50/65lb box
Chocolate, Plum
Cup Score: 83.5