Make Decent Coffee Kilimanjaro Tanzania

Make Decent Coffee Kilimanjaro TanzaniaWe've always had great experiences with anything with either of the words Tanzania or Kilmanjaro on it - they're always fruity and refreshing and eminently gluggable. But this one also claims to give you a creamy mouth feel and not having had the benefit of a public school education we're not sure that's something we want to be party to. Still - nothing ventured, nothing gained, so we dive in anyway. As a Tanzania coffee this one is slightly disappointing - it hasn't quite got the zesty tang we were hoping for, but then it never claimed to have that in the blurb on the packet. We certainly got no blueberry nor apple - and probably would never want to either. It's nice enough and would recommend it on taste alone - but there's a slight fly in the ointment. This stuff is bloody expensive - it's currently £6.50 a bag! Sorry guys - we can't justify that. It would have been an 8, but it's down a point to 7/10 for the sheer cost.

What the Manufacturer's say: 

"Creamy mouth feel with a distinctive lavender aroma. Notes of blueberry with a crisp apple acidity. Experience another big African adventure with some Tanzania Kilimanjaro coffee."

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Average: 7 (2 votes)


Creamy mouth feel? really? as if coffee descriptions weren't camp enough, they seemed to have completely dispensed with any of the usual thinly veiled metaphors and gone full throttle straight into the land of inappropriate sexual innuendo. Sadly I have had no time to review the taste of this coffee as I was to preoccupied with trying to avoid getting any in my eyes.