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The worlds greatest coffee regions

What is your favorite coffee?. If you are a coffee fan you must try all varieties of coffees in this list. The different regions of the world have their own geographic characteristics, weather conditions and specific production processes that make any coffee unique.
Try all of them and comment your impressions: the tastes, the flavors, notes and aromas that surprised you.

2016-11-17
@krazycola


» Costa Rica coffee
★★★★★
  ( 98% )

 66 
"The coffees from this country have a very good reputation throughout the world. Like other Central American coffees, Costa Rican coffee tends to have medium body and sharp acidity, enough to balance flavors like honey or toasted nut, so the coffee is never too sweet or simple-tasting."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Jamaica coffee
★★★★★
  ( 99% )

 65 
"Jamaican Blue Mountain is one of the finest coffee in the world. These beans are traditionally grown in the high altitudes (starting at 3,000 feet) of the Blue Mountains in central Jamaica, and have a smooth, mellow flavor. "
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Hawaii coffee
★★★★★
  ( 97% )

 62 
"Kona region on the big island of Hawaii, has the most famous coffee. Grown on the slopes of the Hualalai and Mauna Loa volcanos, Kona coffee is immensely popular thanks to its buttery finish, deep aromatics, and medium body."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Guatemala coffee
★★★★★
  ( 97% )

 57 
"Guatemala was Central America's top producers till it was overtaken by Honduras in 2011. The volcanic soil, temperatures between 16 and 32°C, and altitudes between 500 and 5,000 metres, make a spicy and chocolaty taste, with a medium-to-full body."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Panama coffee
★★★★★
  ( 100% )

 56 
"The best quality of coffees in Panama is grown in Boquete. The coffee produced here is said to be of a sharp taste, fragrant, with a mild degree of acidity."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Tanzania coffee
★★★★★
  ( 97% )

 52 
"Home to the world-famous Peaberry coffee, a type of coffee bean that’s coveted for its pea shape, which makes it easier to roast. Tanzanian coffee tend to be medium-bodied, with a mild acidity, a rich and delicate taste, and wine notes."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Colombia coffee
★★★★☆
  ( 95% )

 51 
"Colombia earned its reputation for high-quality beans long ago, thanks to its tropical temperatures and high altitude. The coffees of Colombia tend to be mild, with a well-balanced acidity, a delicate and aromatic coffee, with nutty undertones."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Yemen coffee
★★★★★
  ( 100% )

 49 
"Home to the famous Mocha Java coffee. Yemen is an arid country, which means that coffee beans are a bit smaller than normal, and must be dry processed after harvest, resulting in a distinctively deep and rich flavor."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Honduras coffee
★★★★★
  ( 100% )

 44 
"They still face problems attributed to a lack of national branding – while most people recognize Colombian or Ethiopian coffee, beans from Honduras are mainly used in blends and are therefore less recognizable to the average consumer."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Ethiopia coffee
★★★★★
  ( 96% )

 40 
"Ethiopia is the world’s oldest coffee-growing region. Harrar and Yergahcheffe beans are the most famous beans found here, and a typical Ethiopian coffee is sweet, full-flavored, full-bodied, and bold."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Brazilian coffee
★★★★☆
  ( 90% )

 36 
"Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee. In 2014, Brazil produced a staggering 2,594,100,000 kilograms of coffee beans. Brazilian coffee is quite mild, with a sweet taste, medium body, and low acidity."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Kenya coffee
★★★★☆
  ( 90% )

 26 
"The coffees produced in Kenya have full body, rich aroma almost wine-like taste with fruity notes."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Indonesian (Sumatra) coffee
★★★★☆
  ( 93% )

 25 
"Sumatra has an ideal geographical location for coffee plantation, near the equator with numerous mountainous regions. The coffees from the Sumatra region have developed a devoted fan base for their smoky and earthy — almost spicy — qualities. The body is smooth and well-balanced due to the acidity, and contains notes of tobacco, cocoa, smoke, earth, and cedar wood."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Indian coffee
★★★★☆
  ( 88% )

 22 
"The best coffees from this country come from the regions of Kerala, Karnatka, and Tamilnadu. The beans are grown by small growers in monsoon rainfall conditions, and often planted alongside spices such as cardamom and cinnamon, which gives the coffee a spicy taste and aroma. "
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Mexican coffee
★★★☆☆
  ( 78% )

 17 
"Mexico ranks as one of the largest coffee-producing countries in the world, particularly in the states of Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Chiapas. While its coffee has medium acidity and cherry undertones, it is a tad sharper than Central American coffee."
@ Angel  
1 reviews  
» Indonesian (Java) coffee
★★★★☆
  ( 80% )

 16 
"The climate is better suited for the production of lower-quality Robusta. The beans from Java tend to have a heavy body and an overall sweetness to the taste, a long-lasting finish, and a slightly herbaceous after-taste."
@ Angel  
1 reviews