You know when you look at a coffee bean, and it’s kind of flat with a line in the middle? That’s because usually, in a cherry of the coffee plant, there are two beans that are then fertilized. When they grow within the cherry, they flatten because there are two of them and only so much space to share. A peaberry occurs when one of the seeds fails to fertilize, and so the one bean becomes incredibly flavorful and packs a serious punch in the aroma department. These peaberries, from Tanzania, pack an especially unique punch. After brewing this coffee, you’ll find notes of black tea and tangerine, with hints of peach and lemon. Appealing to those who like a leafier, fruiter profile to their coffees, it only costs $10 per lb.