Does the Flavor of Coffee Taste Different based on Where it is From?
Oh my Yes! Coffees from around the world and from Exotic Locations taste worlds apart. Here's why: Coffee varies by region, and also by elevation. Typically, the higher up you go, the harder the bean is, and the more flavorful it develops. See the picture with this posting. For me, my favorite is Papua New Guinea coffee, because coffee from that region will have a fruitier taste, and the fruitiness will differ depending on which farm from which area has grown and processed the beans. Also, the elevation above or below sea level counts, and the soil content will also change the complexity. This is also a semi-debatable field of study; it is obvious that the flavor changes, but we don't necessarily know how or why. Going Native Coffee Offers more than 25 coffees that consistently score 95% or higher. Have another cup of Going Native Coffee... We'll Roast more. Thank You for reading. Can I ask you a favor? If you like our articles, please show your Love of Coffee and make a purchase from Going Native Coffee Club. Thank You!
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