Many African nations grow coffee, particularly in East Africa. Learn about the five African coffee regions we source from, including Ethiopia and Kenya’s well-established coffee regions, to up-and-coming producers like Burundi.
Joining Brazil, Vietnam and Colombia, Indonesia is one of the largest coffee producers in the world. Its cluster of islands, located in Southeast Asia between the Indian and Pacific Oceans, produce a notably wide variety of exciting flavours to suit a range of preferences.
Central American coffee is some of the most popular in the world. The region, from Guatemala all the way to Panama has areas that are near-perfect for growing coffee plants. These countries have mountains with rich volcanic soil ideal for producing some of the best coffee beans in the world.
South American coffees are renowned for their aromatics and stunningly smooth, textured bodies. Grown on soaring mountain ranges, in rich volcanic soil, beneath old growth forests, and graced with stabilizing ocean winds, it’s no wonder that South America is a prime supplier for the global coffee market.