Did you know that whilst Africa's diverse topography and climate provide ideal conditions for coffee production, the continent actually produces less coffee than both Asia and The Americas? We are all probably quick to associate the continent with coffee production, but such a fact is surprisingly true.
The south-east of Africa is a particularly resourceful part of the world due in no small part to its abundance of large natural lakes. One country located within this region is Zambia, whom many consider to produce some of the world's best coffee. With a vast array of characterful flavours on offer from the entire range of African nations, coffees hailing from this content are often a very popular choice. A recent inclusion into this group of coffee exporting nations is Uganda, who's coffee was almost unheard of not so long ago. Such a development provides a welcome reminder to us all in how communities can develop and thrive with such a commodity.