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To understand the countries that produce coffee, the most sensible and practical method is to classify them into the world's three major coffee growing regions: Africa, Indonesia, and Central and South America. In general, adjacently grown coffee has similar characteristics. If a particular bean is out of stock, manufacturers of manufacturers of integrated products will generally look for nearby countries. The general product will say: I want to use a "medium". This means light, delicious and vibrant Central American beans. Or maybe adding "Africa" is more interesting. Africa is a land full of game beans; it is also based on the use of "Indonesia". Because no other beans have such a powerful, full-bodied taste.
Beans have different tastes depending on the growing area. The factors affecting the taste are the variety of the coffee tree, the nature of the soil to be grown, the climate and elevation of the cultivation garden, the cautiousness of the harvesting results, and the process of the bean processing. These factors vary by region, and bakers and general manufacturers look for the characteristics of each region, giving the complex a unique flavor. You can try to pursue your dream coffee.