there is not just one country
Several countries along the coffee belt. They all produce green coffee beans.
it comes from the language Arabic.
Coffee is a Italian drink because the word espresso is an Italian word.
Either Colombia or Arabia, where that Arabica coffee beans come from.
Arabia, from qahweh (= drink) in Arabic
cappucino is a delicious coffee originating in Italy.
Café comes from the French term for coffee.
I believe Yemen................ It could have come from Mexico.
Fair Trade comes from any plantation that qualifies, and there are some of these in most countries that produce coffee.
Brazil is the biggest coffee producer with 40 percent share in the world's coffee. The country mostly produces lower grade robusta and Arabica coffee.
The beans used in Reunion Island Coffee came from small certified family farms in Central and South America. There are other places in the country where Reunion Island Coffee gets their beans from.
does coffee come from the rainforest?
Kenya is a country that grows coffee
Yes, coffee does come from shrubs...
It works like this: you put the coffee under the coffee machine and then press the botton then the coffee will come out. And so on so the coffee will come out.
where do coffee come from ? It comes from cocoa bean trees
Tim Horton's, Second Cup, Starbucks, Minor Coffee stores, Supermarkets, etc. If you mean what country does it come from then the answer would be, "Same place as the U.S.".
Fair trade coffee comes from some where in the world. (I have no idea that's why i wanted to know, then this came up so i typed what i thought!!!!)
the question is Which country sold coffee first?
Brazil is the world's largest coffee producer
The largest coffee growing country in the world is Brazil
Because coffee is brown
It comes with sample coffee flavors, after that you have to purchase the coffee separately.
Kenya coffee is an important export income earner for the country. It's a source of revenue for the country and the farmers who grow the coffee.
there is no one country, probably every country hs some green house that gross coffe but major coffe production comes from Africa
Coffee beans a grown the easiest in somewhat tropical climates. They are grown in over 50 countries. The largest producers are Mexico, Hawaii, Guatemala, and Costa Rica.
Coffee comes from the Arabic qahwa meaning the same "coffee".
Coffee was first discovered in Etheopia
Animals do not make coffee, plants do.
yes coffe can come from south africa, as well as columbia, or any other country. South Africa is a net importer of coffee. It consume 20 000 ton per annum and there is no more 200ha under cultivation in South Africa. A short answer is that South Africa is not a producer (exporter) of coffee.
Somalia - they just steal the coffee.
Coffee was first discovered in Ethiopia.
a coffee tree of course. they originate in ethiopia a coffee tree of course
Because brazil is the largest coffee growing country, why else do you think?!
There is no strong evidence to confirm which country grew coffee first, but Ethiopia is recognised as the first
=== === Most coffee beans come from South Africa. e.g McDonalds claim they get there's from There.
There is no single country Canada gets coffee beans from. Canada has more coffee shops per capita than most countries and coffee is sourced from every available producer in the world.
where is ambiance brand coffee roasted
it comes from the aster that instructed coffee
Gevalia coffee pods are the individual, single-sized coffee baskets used in a Gevalia coffee pod brewer. The pods come in several flavors of coffee and make just a single cup. There are several ways to purchase them.
Coffee was brought to Europe from Africa, by Arabs.
Brazil.Also known as the coffee pot of the world.
Most Tea products come from the East while most coffee products come from the West.
Ethiopia was the originating country for coffee. Highlands provided the perfect temperature and soil. The Oromo tribe are said to be the first humans to recognize coffee as a drink.
Brazil, they create one third of the worlds coffee beans
Any country that has a population that drinks coffee, which includes pretty much every country in the world.
About 40% of the worlds coffee beans come from South America.
No coffee beans and Cocoa beans come from different plants