Coffee is a drink beloved all over the world. Not only does it wake us up, but it also tastes great. Each coffee tells a story depending on where it was grown. Here are the top five coffee-producing countries in the world.
Brazil produces the most coffee in the world, mostly in the Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo, and Parana regions. Over 30% of the world’s coffee is cultivated in this South American country.
Vietnamese coffee production has skyrocketed since the 1980s. Now, it produces the 2nd-most in the world. Vietnamese coffee is generally very strong and high in caffeine.
Colombia is famous for its coffee, and it’s easy to understand why when you try a cup of joe from this South American nation. The famous coffee-producing region in Colombia is Antioquia.
Indonesia checks in at number four on the list. Some of the world’s most extravagant and expensive coffees come from this nation, including the Kopi Luwak coffee from Sumatra and Java.
Did you know that this East African country has a huge coffee culture? Coming in at number five, Ethiopia is the original home of Arabica beans. This is the most popular varietal in the world.