The Tanzania coffee character belongs to the East African family of washed (wet-processed) coffees: It is bright (acidic), and almost aggressively flavorful. Often compared to Kenya, Tanzania has pushed ahead and shows many of the same positive qualities of Kenya. Coffee is grown in the North and South primarily, and there is good quality potential from both areas. An issue with Tanzania coffee is the system of marketing and exporting, as well as long transit times. It leads to a degradation of the original quality. We have started working in more direct ways in Tanzania, to select specific lots from farmer groups, and promote specific, attractive flavor profiles. Read more.