It may be the first thing people think of when they think of a coffee, but the coffee beans of Tanzania are surprisingly smoky.
The coffee is grown in a coffee plantation called Smoky Quartz, which was established in 2007 by a group of farmers who are known for their bold coffee.
“Smoky Quartz is a very special coffee,” said Steve Fergusson, owner of Smoky.
“It’s not a traditional coffee, and it’s not the kind of coffee you’d buy at the supermarket, but it’s so special that you can’t even tell the difference.
It’s really different from the standard coffee beans.”
Smoky is a special coffee, one that has a smoky, dark color.
The dark color is a result of the smoky coffee beans being grown under extremely high temperature and humidity.
“It’s like a tropical rainforest,” Fergudd said.
“You have the coffee in the soil, but you’re also getting the coffee from the rainforest.
That’s what creates the unique color.”
The coffee beans are harvested after the first year of growth.
Fergud and his team will harvest about 400 kilograms of coffee beans in the first four months of the year.
It is then shipped to Smoky and sent to a different facility in the U.S. where it is processed for about 30 days.
Smoky’s specialty coffee beans come from the Kruger National Park, which sits in Tanzania’s southernmost province, Kigali.
They were brought from Kigaltene, Tanzania’s capital city.
The coffee will be sold by Smoky in the same way that a lot of coffee is sold.
Smoky sells its coffee through its online store, SmokyCoffee.com.
Smokey also has a coffee shop in New York that serves as a coffee distribution center.
But while the Smoky Coffee Company is located in Tanzania, it is not the only coffee company in the country.
Smokys own coffee is sourced from the Netherlands, where it has been certified by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture.
Smokys coffee is shipped to several locations in the United States, including locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Illinois.
The Smoky coffee is not only a unique blend, but also has an amazing taste.
As for the Smokies, they say it’s the coffee that has them laughing and the coffee industry is growing.