Tanzania Virtual Tour
Tanzania Virtual Tour to Learn About our Coffee from
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Coffee production in Tanzania is a significant aspect of its economy as it is Tanzania’s largest export crop. Tanzanian coffee production averages between 30-40,000 metric tons annually of which approximately 70% is Arabica and 30% is Robusta. (Source)
Tanzania is the fourth largest African producer of coffee
The higher quality coffee for which Tanzania is known, Arabica , is famous for its bright acidity and fruity, tart notes. When coffee was first harvested in Tanzania, the locals used to chew peaberry coffee beans instead of brew it. The Haya tribe even used coffee beans as money!
Tanzania, known by tourists for its great safaris, treks up Kilamanjaro and Zanibar getaways, boast broad-leafed plants and rolling green fields extending as far as the eye can see. Venture to any of those places and you’re likely to travel through coffee plantations at some point.
Tanzania contains around 20% of the species of Africa’s enormous warm-blooded animal populace, found over its 21 National parks, reserves, 1 conservation area, and 3 marine parks. (Wikipedia).