The Tembo Tembo Estate is located near the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. This crater, which is in fact a former collapsed volcano, is now home for a dozen species of exotic animals. It is also located on the southwestern face of Mount Oldeani, whose slopes drain water directly into Lake Eyasi.
The cherries used for the Tembo Tembo Kati Coffee are handpicked and placed directly into the farm's wet mill. Afterwards, they are reduced to a paste with the ecodepulper to facilitate the drying fermentation process. After the fermentation done, the parchment is washed in fresh water and then dried on African raised drying beds for a total of 8 to 10 days.
The Kent “Kati” from the Tembo Tembo estate is rated at 87 points in the cupping evaluations and offers an extraordinary cup with a pleasant acidity, a delicate sweetness, a silky body with notes of grapes, wild berries, tropical fruits and also vanilla.