I’m not sure I get this: Why do coffees from different countries
taste different? --It all comes down to what we call terroir.Like
wine, coffee expresses regional characteristics and exhibits the
effects of its terroir, or "taste of place." Differences in soil,
altitude, rainfall, processing techniques, and even social
conditions affect what's in the cup. One of the most
important conditions is the areas own traditions and for handling
and processing coffee.Take Sumatran coffee, like our Fair...