In the late 1980s, Zimbabwe enjoyed worldwide fame as a producer of some of the best African coffee. Also, the country was responsible for exporting a product that got coffee-lovers going in the morning. It was of such quality that it could be found in the boardrooms of some of the world’s biggest corporates. However, the failing economy and the effects of climate change have not been kind. By 2017, all that remained were two estates and 450 smallholder farms, leaving the industry in serious decline. The effect on the people responsible for producing the coffee was devastating.