Coffee regions of the World
Coffees in this region are generally described as having a clean and bright taste with balanced acidity: exceptionally well balanced and mild to medium in body. Coffee origins in this region include Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Brazil, which produces the greatest volume coffee.
With Africa being considered to be the birthplace of coffee, the earliest known coffee drinking happened in Ethiopia and Yemen. The vast continent provides plenty of coffee-growing areas, resulting in a unique, complex cup of coffee that is described as sweet, fruity and floral. The most popular countries in this region includes Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia.
Indonesia, the largest and most varied archipelago on Earth, stands as being the fourth largest producer of coffee in the world. Coffees from this region are described as full-bodied and earthy. In general, Indonesia's Arabica coffees have low acidity and a strong body.