Coffee is grown in over 70 countries, but the largest producers are Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia and Indonesia. Coffee grows best in mountainous regions with a humid, mild climate and abundant rainfall. The trees need plenty of sun and shade and well-drained soil. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world. Although it is grown in many countries, there are some regions that are particularly known for their coffee. The cultivation of coffee has increased greatly in recent years, which has contributed to the fact that now more people than ever can drink coffee.
Most people think of Brazil and Colombia when they think of coffee producers. These countries both produce the most coffee in the world. In fact, Brazil alone accounts for about 37 percent of the world's coffee production.


Along with Brazil and Colombia, Vietnam also produces significant amounts of coffee. In recent years, Vietnam has taken a large share of the world's coffee production and is now one of the largest exporters of Robusta bean varieties. Indonesia and Ethiopia also contribute to the production of Arabica bean varieties.
So overall, there are many different regions producing different types of coffee plants, which has contributed to the fact that there are now so many different varieties to discover! Whether you are looking for milder or stronger bean varieties, there is always something new to try!

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