Which countries produce which kinds of coffee bean?

Which countries produce which kinds of coffee bean?

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  1. Here’s a map showing are all the coffee-producing countries by type of coffee they produce:
    Infographics: World Map of Countries’ and Their Coffee Production – Bionovelus

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  2. Most coffee producing countries produce a certain amount of robusta, even if their primary product is arabica. The only country that produces more robusta, by volume/weight, is Vietnam. They ain’t got no mountains to speak of, so they’re old school French Plantation style robusta farmers. But there’s still a huge market for robusta and the different countries and growing areas do have differences in taste, so the buyers (think: Instant Coffee and Instant Coffee Preparations) do like to mix their sourcing for taste profile, but also as a market force to keep prices under control.
    Of the top five robusta producing nations, only Vietnam and India are not known for exceptional arabica. Brazil, Indonesia and Uganda are also sources for top tier arabica. (Those Top 5 probably account for about 75% of world robusta consumption). I can’t speak to Uganda as I’m not that familiar with the country’s coffee business, but Indonesia and Brazil have both mountainous regions and low country irrigated flat farmland. Arabica requires the former and robusta the latter.
    Surprisingly, since they’ve lost a lot of planting area to increased humidity and warming, Colombia hasn’t entered into the robusta market.

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