Nestled between the plains of the Serengeti and Lake Victoria in northern Tanzania, the Tarime district is known for its rich rural landscape. Due to its remote location, access to water can prove difficult, leading most local coffee farmers to process their beans using traditional sun-drying methods. A local co-op sought to showcase all that the area's coffee could offer and recently installed a washing station in the small town of Muriba. Farmers began delivering coffee cherries to the Muriba wet mill for processing, successfully producing this new coffee that tastes delightfully clean and bright, with essences of fruit and delicate tea notes - a floral and elegant cup.