Tanzania is home to parts of Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest lake, Lake Tanganyika, Africa’s deepest lake, and Mt. Kilimanjaro, where its highland coffee originates. The tropical climate and abundant rainfall over the highlands encourage coffee cultivation. Peaberries are different from most kinds of coffee beans because they grow with one seed in each cherry. The seed becomes the coffee bean, and the cherry is the term for a coffee pod. Most other coffee pods have two seeds each. Only one out of every twenty cherries is a Peaberry, and these rarities have a stronger flavor than regular coffee beans. Tanzania Peaberry coffee beans are brightly acidic with a crisp taste. They are medium-bodied and slightly winy.