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Americans Drink 400 Million Cups Of Coffee Every Single Day, That Translates To About 146 Billion Cups Of Coffee A Year.

The Coffee Industry Is Worth Over 80 Billion And Growing

But What Makes Certain Coffees So Great?Location..Location..Location!

Best Travel Mugs

Top 6 Locations

1. Tanzania

2. Columbia

3. Jamaica

4. Hawaii

5. Nicaragua

6. Brazil


Tanzanian Coffee Is A Unique Coffee With A Variety Known As Tanzania Peaberry That Is Grown In The Mbeya Region Of Southwest Tanzania. These Delightfully Velvet, Full Bodied Tanzanian Coffee Beans Are Moderately Flavorful, Lightly Roasted, And Distinguished By Hints Of Lemon, Peach, And Black Tea. It Is Regarded As The Best In The World.


Columbian Coffee Has Specific Flavors That Vary Depending On The Region Where The Beans Are Grown, Colombian Coffee Beans Often Have Overtones Of Chocolate, Nuts, Fruit, Herbs, And A Zesty Acidity Along With A Medium Silky Body, Tropical Undertones, And A Fruity Spicy Aroma. In The End It Creates A Gentle And Well-Balanced Cup Of Coffee.


Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Has A Smooth, Moderate Flavor With A Delightful Sweetness Along With A Creamy Taste. This Coffee’s Complexity Includes Chocolatey Tones As Well As A Smooth But Lively Acidity And Nearly No Bitterness At All. There Are Plenty Of Consumers That Are Convinced Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Should Be Ranked Number #1 On A Global Level.


Hawaiian Coffee Will Have Your Taste Buds Experience A World Of Delectable Flavor Thanks To Hawaiian Coffee’s Light, Delicate Yet Rich And Nuanced Flavor. It Has A Medium Body With A Medium Syrup Tasting Feel With A Flavor Profile That Is Reminiscent Of Honey, Milk Chocolate, Caramel, And Brown Sugar. You Will Be Amazed!


The Majority Of Nicaraguan Coffees Have A Medium to Smooth Ratio Of Body Along With A Mild To Lite Acidity With A Distinct Sharp Fruity Snap. The Flavor Of The Coffee Itself Can Be Quite Elegant, Balanced, And Bittersweet While The Aroma Contains Notes Of Sweet Caramel, Lemon, And Chocolate.


Brazilian Coffee Often Has Large Flavorful  Bodies, A Relatively Low Acidity, And A Strong Sweetness In The Form Of Caramel And Chocolate Overtones. People Frequently Underestimate The Quality Of A Brazilian Cup Because Of Its Low Acidity, But If You Take A Second Sip, You Will Discover That The Flavor Profile Is Actually Rather A Very Surprising Treat.