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Bourne Coffee Company / Posts tagged "coffeeblog" As most people are now aware the global coffee trade, the coffee we drink, comes from two species - Arabica (Coffea arabica) and Robusta (Coffea canephora). A third species - Liberica (Coffea liberica) is grown around the world, but is rarely used for coffee drinks. In fact, there are 122 coffee species on top of that which occur naturally in the wild. The vast majority of wild coffee grows in the remote forests of Africa and on the island of Madagascar. Beyond... The tastes of the world International coffee regions tend to share similar tastes, aromas and other characteristics. Here are the major regions of the coffee world classified into four groups: South America, Central America, Africa and Indonesia. South America South America countries tend to have slightly heavier bodies than Central American coffee's, with slightly peculiar aromas and overtones. They do share the same crisp bold taste, and generally share the high acidity. Some examples include: Colombian - LAS GALERAS (NARINO) Colombian - SUPREMO DECAF Brazil –...