Tanzania Kigoma Coffee is here!

Tanzania Kigoma

After a long anticipated wait, Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters is once again proud to offer a coffee from Tanzania. Grown near the shores of Lake Tanganyika on the Kanyovu Co-operative in the rugged Kigoma region of western Tanzania, the Tanzania Kigoma Peaberry exhibits intense flavors of ripe red fruits and a lively dancing acidity. The lingering finish reveals hints of anise.

We purchased this fine Tanzania coffee through the Grounds for Health auction, supporting their important work to establish sustainable cervical cancer prevention programs in coffee-growing communities. Cervical cancer, considered highly preventable in developed countries, often goes undetected in women living in coffee-growing regions.

This small-lot coffee has a very limited availability and won’t last long!

The first roast date is tomorrow, Tuesday, September 14th.
Place your order today.

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3 Responses to “Tanzania Kigoma Coffee is here!”

  1. Justin Mool says:

    Thank you so much for your support!

    We’re excited that you’re offering this auction coffee, which is one of the only lots from one of our partner co-ops.

    We’re pleased to report that our cervical cancer screening and treatment programs in the Kigoma region are taking off. In fact, our campaign there is one of a few model programs adopted by the Tanzanian government.

    It’s through support like yours that makes it all possible. Thanks again.

    Justin Mool
    Grounds for Health, Communications Specialist

    • FORREST says:

      Hi Justin,

      Thank you for the update and for the opportunity to support such a great cause. That’s exciting to hear that the Tanzanian Government has adopted the program.

      Keep up the great work!


  2. Noel Kwai says:

    Thanks all, it seems you are doing a very wonderful job in Kigoma, however I would like to know if you are still buying coffee from Kigoma


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