It was the 16th century when coffee came to Tanzania, brought in by intrepid traders from what is now Ethiopia.
But rather than using it as a beverage that you'd brew, the locals used it as a stimulant that you'd chew.
The Haya tribe began using the beans as money, and coffee became the region's official currency.
Coffee from here tasted most heavenly, because the cherries were handpicked from every tree.
What made it more special was each peaberry bean, which was chosen from a hundred after being carefully seen.
Creating a coffee that tasted rich and fruity, originating from a land of great natural beauty.