Iwalanje Peaberry, Tanzania

Hibiscus—Blood Orange—Spice

$18.50
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each
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each
 Weekly: 20% off, then 30% after 10 orders
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each
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each
 Weekly: 20% off, then 30% after 10 orders
$18.50
each
 Weekly: 20% off, then 30% after 10 orders
$18.50
each
 Weekly: 20% off, then 30% after 10 orders
$18.50
each
 Weekly: 20% off, then 30% after 10 orders

Description

The cherries sourced from the 273 smallholders who deliver to Iwalanje are grown in clay loam, with plantings consisting mainly of Bourbon derivates (90% N 39, 10% KP 423). Cherries are delivered daily during harvest, immediately pulped, and then graded. After fermentation (24-48 hours), the parchment is washed, soaked, and sun-dried on tables for 8-14 days.

 
Founded in 2018, Iwalanje AMCOS started out collecting coffee that was processed by smallholders on their plots. In 2022, they expanded to producing fully washed coffees, setting up a washing station and acquiring a motorized handpulper. Many smallholder farmers in Tanzania work collectively as Agricultural Marketing Cooperative Societies (AMCOS), which centralize cherry delivery to dedicated processing stations.