From Indonesia to Ethiopia, passing through Colombia and Kenya, we embark on a trip around the world with the flavor and aroma of coffee to discover five of the best coffees in the world, all belonging to the Arabica variety considered to be the best.
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According to experts, the best coffee in the world is the one produced in Indonesia, specifically the civet coffee variety, also known as Kopi Luwak (translated from Indonesian as “civet coffee”).
It is such an appreciated coffee that, in fact, its classification as one of the finest and most sought after coffees on the market has not decreased over the years. What makes it so special? It is obtained by grinding coffee beans extracted from the excrement of animals, such as civets or luwak.
If we tell you that Ethiopia’s coffee is right there, especially in the province of Kaffa, where the oldest coffee plantation in history is located, then surely you should not be surprised that Ethiopian coffee is the best in the world.
According to experts, Ethiopian coffee has what it takes to make it unique in terms of aroma and flavor, thanks to the fact that it is grown in the highest areas of the country, where there is more humidity and more fertile soils.
Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee
Our next stop is Jamaica, specifically the famous Blue Mountains, located in the eastern part of the Caribbean country, around the Blue Mountain Peak.
Jamaican Blue Mountain (JBM) coffee is one of the best coffees in the world and is known for its worldwide protected certification seal, since not all coffee produced in Jamaica is of this unique variety.
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Who has not heard that Colombian coffee is the best in the world? Although Colombia is not a world pioneer in the production or export of coffee, it has some features that makes it one of the best coffees in the world: its climate, mountainous system, production, quality beans, cultivation of the popular Arabica coffee, etc.
Colombian coffee beans have a distinctive fruity flavor and a unique flavor profile based on the specific region in which they are grown.
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Did you know that Kenyan coffee is known by many as the champagne of coffee for its flavor and aroma? Grown in Mount Kenya, in the Chimazur region, this variety grows at an altitude of 2,000 meters above sea level and in fertile volcanic soils, and is considered one of the most exotic varieties for its aroma and nuance.