Which country produces the best coffee in the world?

Which country produces the best coffee in the world?

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  1. It really depends on your tastes. For me, East African coffees are the best. Kenya, Uganda, Burundi, and of course Ethiopia (ALL coffee comes originally from Ethiopia).
    New World coffees tend to be smoother. African coffees are a little sharper, more acidic.
    But some very good varieties also come from the Malabar coast of India, and from Sumatra. They’re both different and unique.

  2. Brazil the top coffee producing country, accounted for 40 percent of the global coffee supply. It has been the world’s top coffee producer for more than 150 years. and Vietnam is the second largest coffee producing nation in the world.

  3. The country that produces the best coffee in the world is
    Ethiopia (Africa)
    which is also the birthplace of coffee. This happened as early as in 850 CE. According to a legend, coffee and its benefits were discovered by Kaldi, an Ethiopian goat herder, when he observed coffee’s energising effects on goats he grazed.
    Ethiopia is one of the top coffee producing countries of the world. In 2019, nearly 393000 metric tons of coffee were produced. Some of the best coffee beans are grown in Ethiopia whose high altitude conditions favour this. The country is famous for its Harrar coffee which are grown on small farms in the highlands of Eastern Ethiopia. Harrar coffee has a wine accent and may have a spicy or fruit flavour.
    Next in ranking is Costa Rica where coffee beans grow on volcanic regions of high mountains. The coffee so produced is smooth, soft with a rich walnut flavour. Following is Brazil which is world’s largest coffee producer responsible for 1/3rd of the world’s coffee consumption. Brazilian coffee beverage is clear, medium-bodied with low acidit…


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