Famous for its alluring charm and natural beauty, scenic mountains, tropical rainforests and stunning beaches, Colombia is home to the superior coffee bean, Arabica.
In 2020 Colombia amounted to nearly 14 million 60-kilogram bags of Colombian coffee beans, with the country dedicating over 850 thousand acres of land to this crop. As well as being home to some of the oldest indigenous populations in the world, with roots dating back to 15,000BC, Colombia is emerging as a major tourist destination and is ranked as the third largest coffee producer in the world.
If travelling to Colombia and trying some of the world’s best coffee is on your list of things to do, then carry on reading to immerse yourself in a full Colombian coffee experience.
That’s the end of our Colombian coffee journey and the fascinating culture that comes with it! If you want to continue your journey around the coffee hotspots of the world, then why not read our guide on Ethiopian coffee?
French Coffee and Culture
French coffee has its own reputation. Whilst not as infamous as Italian coffee, drinking coffee in France is still very much an important part of the daily routine. French coffee is a culture in its own right, and as such there are certain etiquettes and traditions that should be followed.