Sainsbury's Tanzanian Moshi Community Peaberry Coffee Beans
As soon as you open this packet, the smell of top notch coffee just pours out all over you, even though it's a whole bean coffee and not even ground yet. Grinding it just amplifies the aroma - it's like the aromatic version of the Siren's song - once you smell this baby you would cross a barren desert for days just to track down the source. This one is easy to make too - you can throw in as much as you like, and it just gets better and better. You will never reach the point of a throat burner. And finally the taste - it's heaven. Yes, slightly citrussy, but now we are coffee drinking pros, we like that. Do your self a favour and get some. (10/10)
"Grown on the volcanic soils of Mount Kilimanjaro. A sweet blackcurrant flavoured coffee with mild citrus notes. The Moshi community in Tanzania is a coffee growing community of small scale coffee farmers from the Chagga and Maasai tribes. They are members of Africa's oldest co-operative who market and sell their coffee beans to Sainsbury's. Normally two coffee beans grow within a coffee cherry. Occasionally, only one will grow and this is known as a Peaberry coffee bean because of its pea shape. Only about five percent are harvested in this form. Due to their rounder shape these beans roast more evenly delivering a finer flavour."