In preparation for our new coffee blog opening, we thought we would get a head start by looking at five of the best coffee beans in the world.
Ethiopian Yirgacheffe Coffee: A coffee, from the birthplace of coffee, Sidama, Ethiopia.
Sumatra Mandheling Coffee: An Indonesian coffee named after those who originally grew and picked the coffee, the Mandhelings.
Kenya Coffee: Unsurprisingly, as with most coffees, the name kind of gives away the origin, but specifically this coffee is grown close to Mount Kenya, which has great climate and growing conditions for Arabica beans.
Tanzania Peaberry Coffee: From the 15th biggest coffee growing country in the world, the Tanzania Peaberry is mainly grown around Mt. Kilimanjaro and Mt.Meru.
Sulawesi Toraja Coffee: Grown and produced on Sulawesi in the Indonesian Malay archipelago in an area whose coffee growing regions are fast expanding into areas such as Mamasa, Gowa and Sinjal.
We’ve started here with just a tiny snap shot of some truly great beans and their production regions, to find out more about how these beans taste and the delights that can be produced with them, come back and join as soon as we are up and running.