The Coffee of Colombia
For coffee beans, Colombia is paradise. For coffee drinkers, it’s not far off. The combination of high altitudes, tropical climate, frequent rainfall and volcanic soils presents the perfect growing conditions for the region’s distinctively delicious coffee. Though Colombia is the third-largest coffee producer in the world, it is the #1 grower of Arabica beans.   Less caffeinated than Robusta beans, Arabica varieties produce a well-balanced coffee with mild acidity. This is due to a process...
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