This is a rare coffee, punctuated by an intoxicating, chocolaty aroma with a rich winey body.
Most coffee beans are born twins. Within each cherry on the coffee tree, two beans are grown side by side, resulting in the flat face of most beans. Peaberries, however, occur when only one of the two seeds is fertilized, growing on its own without anything to flatten it. Usually found in only 5% of the harvested crop, peaberry beans are much smaller in size than typical coffee beans, and since only bean rather than two are formed, peaberry beans are said to be more robust in flavour and more acidic (great for taste). Cultivated on the small volcanic farms below the majestic snow-covered Mount Kilamanjaro, this is a rare coffee, punctuated by an intoxicating, chocolaty aroma with a rich winey body.