Colombia, South America
Since Colombian coffee beans are some of the very best available, it should come as no surprise that in terms of the overall production of coffee, Colombia ranks third in the world for exports. On average, Colombia produces 11.5 million bags of coffee each year. Colombia is also the largest exporter of washed Arabica coffees. Coffee is commonly exported to North America, parts of Europe (Germany, France and Italy) and Japan.
Colombian coffee is famously known for its balance, body, perfect acidity and somewhat of a fruity finish. The coffees grown in Colombia are grown at high elevations in the Andes and within the Colombian coffee growing axis. The coffee growing axis is also known as the coffee triangle and is part of the Colombian paisa region, which is made up of departments of Antioquia, Caldas, Risaralda and Quindío.
If interested in coffee blends with flavors of Colombia, try any one of the following blends: