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Louisville, KY, 40214
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Searching out coffees that prove their potential in the cup and are sourced through responsible and sustainable partnerships is a constant pursuit.  Highlighting origin characteristics and their best development dominates our roasting philosophy.  Sourcing and roasting great coffee is a responsibility that we take seriously and gratefully.


Tanzania Peaberry Kilimanjaro - Bi-Weekly


Tanzania Peaberry Kilimanjaro - Bi-Weekly

from 9.00 every 2 weeks

Think: Dark Chocolate, Pineapple, & Tobacco

Shipments begin the Wednesday after you subscribe and go out every two weeks based on your subscription date. To make the deal even sweeter, you get 10% off every order by subscribing.

On all five-pound bag subscriptions you’ll still get 10% off AND free shipping on every order! You get a fresh bag of your favorite coffee every two weeks and you’ll never wake up without Sunergos coffee again.



Location: Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Altitude: 1400 masl
Varietal: Bourbon, Kent
Process: Washed
Roast Level: Medium (city+)


Tasting Notes

Aroma: Hazelnut, Cocoa, Clove, Maple
Flavor: Dark Chocolate, Malt, Pineapple, Tobacco
Body: Medium
Finish: Dry, Brown Sugar

More Info

This peaberry selection is a blend from two large farms/estates in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania: Kilimanjaro Plantation (~1500 acres) and APK Estate (1000 acres). Both farms grow the traditional varieties of Kent and Bourbon. After picking, coffees on both estates are depulped the same day, then fermented for 12–24 hours. They are washed clean of mucilage and then dried on either raised beds or mechanically (at the peak of the season, in order to save space on the beds). It takes 12–24 days for the coffees to dry before they are bagged and prepped for export. We recommend Tanzania Peaberry Kilimanjaro for the anyone who enjoys a darker, more savory coffee. It is delicious on its own or with cream and sugar!