Angola Robusto and Arabica beans considered to be flat in flavor
Brazil Brazil is the world's largest producer of coffee beans. The Arabica beans from here are great for blending. One worth mentioning is the Brazilian
Burundi Acidy Arabica beans full bodied and high quality.
Cameroon Accounts for approximately one half of the West African nations crops. Known
to be a very good quality Arabica bean.
Celebes This Indonesian island produces Kalossi beans acidic and thick.
China The Yunnan Province grows coffee that is full, a tad bit acidic with just a hint
Colombia You guessed it, one of the worlds favorites. Columbia's arabica coffees are produced in vast quanities. Full bodied with a well balanced flavor. Columbian coffees are generally not as acidic as many other coffees, and has sweet overtones.
Costa Rica Generally speaking, the best Costa Rican coffees are grown in the Tres Rios region. Costa Rican coffees are full bodied with excellent acidity, and have a hint of smokiness.
Cuba Produces beans without much character or distinct flavor, usually used for blending.
Dominican A fragrant and acidy coffee. Full bodied beans coming from Barahona area, and beans from the Santo Domingo area are nice and sweet.
El Salvador The beans lack fragrance, but have a light sweet flavor and mild acidity.
Ethiopia Coffee beans from the region known as Djimmah, have an unrefined and zesty flavor with a strong aftertaste. Harrar, which may be known as Ethiopian Moka, makes coffee that is commonly used as the primary coffee in blends.
Guatemala Guatemala’s high altitude and rich volcanic soil are ideal for producing quality coffee. Guatemalan coffees generally have a relatively high degree of acidity and often taste of chocolate. Guatemala is often found as a blend in a great number of coffees available in the United States. Coffees grown in the high mountains have a light smoked flavor such as Amatitlan and Antigua beans.
Haiti These beans are full of rich flavor and are lightly sweet.
Hawaii Hawaii, best known for Kona coffee which is grown on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano, is the home to several growing regions and bean types including Kauai, Maui Kaanapali Moloa’I, and Oahu. Kauai is the largest growing region in Hawaii and is where the first coffee plantation in the state was started in 1863.
Honduras Light flavored coffee with some acidity.
India The Mysore region makes a dark coffee that is lightly acidic. One of the fuller coffees is the Indian Malabar.
Indonesia The Indonesian area known as Java has been producing coffee for 300 years since the Dutch East India Company brought seeds from Ceylon or the Indian coast.
Jamaica The most well known coffee from Jamaica would have to be the Blue Mountain coffee, loved for the great aroma and flavor.Java The best Java coffee is grown on the far eastern end of the island on five estates established
by the Dutch government. Blue Java coffees, processed by the so called washed method have a deep blue green color. Blue Java coffee has hints of smoky bittersweet chocolate.
Kenya Kenya produces a top quality medium bodied coffee that is very popular in Europe. Kenyan coffees are generally very mellow and often have a citrus taste. Another delicious coffee from Kenya comes from the Chagga tribe, they grow it on the slopes of Mt Kilimanjaro.
Mexico The really great coffee of Mexico has great flavor and delicious aromas.
New Guinea New Guinea coffee comes from Papua New Guinea, where cultivation started in 1937 with seeds imported from Jamaica’s Blue Mountain region. It’s grown in the valleys of the western highlands in the area around Mt Hagen. The rich soil and good climate combine to produce a mild and mellow coffee, which many consider one of the world’s best. New Guinea coffee is
often used in blends.
Panama A very distinct body and light flavor is what you find in a small amount of coffee produced in Panama.
Peru Peru’s top coffees have just a hint of acidity and desirable flavor.
Rwanda A coffee with dark color, excellent flavor, and spicy aroma.
Sulawesi Sulawesi coffees are grown and processed in the Torajaland area near the town of Rantepao. Sulawesi coffees have a full body and moderate acidity, with a hint of a nutty flavor. These coffees are rare and, therefore expensive; however, they are one of the finest coffees in the world. Sulawesi coffees generally are produced by small landholders. Mosy Sulawesi coffees are produced using the dry process.
Sumatra Another Indonesian gift of nature, Sumatran coffees are processed by the dry method, as opposed to the Java coffees that are produced by the washed method. Ripe Sumatra beans are dried in the sun rather than being soaked in water. Sumatra coffees are full bodied with a sweet and somewhat earthy flavor.
Tanzania Tanzania beans are a complicated mix of body and acidity with balanced flavors. The most notable being those from Kilimanjaro and Plantation Bukoba.
Timor Categorized with the best of Sumatra and Java, Timor has coffee with delicious aroma and rich body.
Uganda Uganda has many coffee types, the most worth mentioning is the arabica coffee Bugisu.
Venezuela Cucutas and Tachiras are both regions that produces beans that are full, and a bit acidy.
Yemen Arabian Mocha coffees, grown in Yemen, have a pungent, full bodied flavor and complex aroma. This coffee tastes good straight or blended. Usually blended with Java coffees. Generally grown organically in remote areas which may account for its wonderful taste. Hints of chocolate
Zaire This country has two distinct arabica beans from the Kivu and Ituri districts.
Zimbabwe From Zimbabwe you will taste a full coffee, that is not as sharp as those from Kenya.