Cameroon Boyo Peaberry Coffee is grown with copious amounts of sunshine in Sub-Saharan Africa. We'll let you in on the secret to fine coffee: hand processing, which allows for a mellow, aromatic, rich, and full-bodied character. Only 5 percent of the coffee bean crop are Cameroon Peaberry coffee beans.
Peaberry coffee comes from the same plants as regular coffee beans where, typically, a coffee cherry contains two seeds. In special cases, a coffee cherry will produce only one seed, leading to the prized "peaberry" coffee bean. Peaberry beans are smaller and rounder. They are also denser and have a reputation for having a more intense flavor profile. About 5% of total coffee production is made up of peaberry, making this coffee very rare and exclusive.
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