Where coffee grows in Africa and Arabia
Famous for: Being the birthplace of coffee; Yirgacheffe and Harar coffees.
Look out for: The best examples of Yirgacheffe and Harar, wild forest coffees.
Famous for: Growing a lot of Robusta.
Look out for: Organic coffees from smallholder cooperatives in the Bugisu region.
Famous for: Kenya AA estate coffees.
Look out for: The best auction lots (all Kenyan coffee sold through the government auction system) from top estates.
Famous for: Mocca (Mocha) and being the home of cultivated, traded Arabica.
Look out for: Genuine, Yemeni Mocca.
Famous for: A growing reputation in coffee – becoming increasingly important for the economy.
Look out for: Speciality Bourbon Arabica coffees from smallholder cooperatives.
Famous for: Coffee from the volcanic slopes of Kilimanjaro.
Look out for: Speciality coffees from smallholder cooperatives and renowned estates.
Also worth noting Burundi, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe and DR Congo