Coffee is grown up in over 50 countries around the world. And each one has diverse natural conditions, climate and soil, so the same grade of coffee grown in different places is very different in their chemical composition, and therefore in taste and flavour. Maybe it is the reason for geographical name of coffee - the name of the place where it is cultivated or the name of port, where it was exported.
The most important coffee-producing countries are in the tropical zone of the planet where the climate is hot and humid, and consequently coffee plant finds ideal conditions for their growth.
Countries-manufacturers can be divided into four geographical zones
South America. World's largest producer of coffee is of course Brazil; it meets the global demand for Arabica coffee in one-third. It is followed by Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Peru.
Central America. Local coffee culture is of paramount importance to the economy of this region - from Mexico to Panama and the Caribbean. Jamaica is famous for one of the most expensive coffee in the world.
Africa. This continent has a temperate climate. Here basically Robusta coffee is cultivated. But in some countries more time-consuming grade of Arabica is produced.
Asia and Australia. Here the coffee growing develops due to the modernization of the coffee culture in India and Indonesia. Indian exports 35-40% of the total coffee production in this region.