All about Coffee
Question: Where does coffee grow? Answer: The coffee belt! The coffee belt is the place where almost all arabica coffee grows. It loops around planet earth like the most stylish accessory EVER and provides perfect growing conditions for the coffea arabica plant. If you’ve ever had a good cup of coffee – and we really hope for your sake that you have – then you can pretty much guarantee that it will have come from the coffee belt. Fancy a holiday? We thought so – let’s check out this glorious coffee growing belt!
The coffee you enjoy each day has taken a long journey to arrive in your cup. Between the time they’re planted, picked and purchased, coffee beans go through a typical series of steps to bring out their best. 10 Steps from Seed to Cup.
Whether you prefer a light or dark roast or if you're on team hot coffee or the cold brew crew, many of us can agree that there are few things worse than drinking a room temperature cup of coffee. All of the wonderful flavors, aromas, and uplift of the drink seem to have disappeared. It's reduced to a monument of forgetfulness that was left behind to settle into 70 degrees F. You may continue to consume it for practical reasons like prudence or the need for a jolt of caffeine. At this point, however, it no longer brings the same joy as it did before.