Most people drink coffee to wake up. I wake up to drink coffee! For me, nothing quite beats the invigorating smell and bittersweet taste of freshly brewed coffee, whether it is out of a french press or a kitchen espresso machine. I learnt a lot about coffee at a lovely event I attended a year ago and since then I love it even more!
I’m sure many of you also need a jolt of coffee to really get your day going – but have you ever wondered where coffee comes from, and why some coffees taste different from others?
A lot of the taste of coffee has to do with coffee’s origins – where it is grown gives it a distinct undertone of acidity, fruitiness, smoothness, or earthiness. I grow up in a house where you can smell the fresh coffee in the morning as my father is a coffee lover. My country has a really good coffee and my dad used to try different coffees. We used to have coffee from Colombia, Brazil, Italy and Peru a lot. It was always nice to try different flavours and smell different aromas.
This map from Coffee In My Veins shows you where coffee is grown, what flavours coffees of different origins have, and how coffee is enjoyed all over the world. Maybe you’ll get some ideas for a beverage for tomorrow’s breakfast or your next party!
What do you think of this infographic? Which coffee will you be trying next?
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