Grown 1900 metres high in the Mbeya region of Tanzania, this unique coffee variety is always in limited supply. With notes of lemongrass, pear and grapefruit, this light but complex coffee is juicy, bright and delicious.
How to brew: 3-4 minutes
Origin: Mbeya region, Tanzania
Characteristics: Lively and dynamic, with hints of lemongrass and a burst of pear and grapefruit.
How we like it: Light roast, with/without milk
In local Bantu languages, Mutwari translates as "chief", and this coffee certainly lives up to that title with a unique blend of flavours - a result of the rich volcanic soil it's grown in.
Mutwari hails from the Mbeya region, hidden in the southern mountain ranges and grown by smallholder farming groups.
Tanzania hasn't always been as highly profiled for specialty coffee as other East African nations, and the majority of the regions coffee was historically home-washed due to the lack of commercial washing stations.
However, the Chief is now on the rise. Get a taste of this delicious coffee today!
Don’t know much about coffee but bought a Drip Coffee machine during lockdown to step up from granules. Discovered this on BPD. Nice packaging, lovely aroma, the beans grind well and has a lovely taste.
The quality of the beans is superb. You can pick up the subtle notes and it makes a great espresso.