The highest point in Africa is the summit of Tanzania’s Mt. Kilimanjaro. This magnificent country — the largest in East Africa — shares a border with Kenya, though coffee was first planted here in 1898, by way of Ethiopia. Tanzania’s vast and varied terroir is ideal for cultivating high-quality Arabicas. Coffees from the Kilimanjaro region tend to be full-bodied, with chocolate and caramel notes, while Mbeya boasts unique orange and lemon citrus notes and the Karatu region is celebrated for its distinctively blueberry and blackberry cup profiles.