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Coffee Regions of the World: Central America
To begin with a bit of a flavor overview, coffee from Central America will often times have considerable acidity but mostly a good balanced body. The coffee from this region is mild in terms of its bitterness and a smooth drinking experience. Some chocolaty and nutty hints and notes are noticeable, as are some fruity, honey and sweet hints and notes from time to time.

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Coffee Regions of the World: South America
South American coffees do vary by country and also by regions from within a country, but some uniform factors that most South American beans reflect include flavor notes like chocolate, nuts and caramel. The acidity of South American beans are generally mild as well. Now, let’s take a tour of some coffee nations and what their beans have in store for you!

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Arabica vs Robusta Coffee Beans
Are you knowledgable of the fact that there are more than 100 different varieties of coffee? Arabica and Robusta beans are just two of these different types of coffee, but they are the two most widely grown beans for coffee consumption. But what is the difference between Arabica and Robusta coffee beans and is it imperative to know what kind of coffee you use?

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