Where do coffee beans grow?

Answer Coffee beans grow well in areas that have warm temperatures, rich soil and "moderate sunshine and rain," according to National Geographic. Major coffee-producing areas include Brazil, Colombia, Ind... Read More »

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Areas to Grow Coffee Beans?

Temperature plays a large role in coffee bean production, which means that growing elevation and latitude significantly affects their growth. Coffee beans can grow in many subtropical and tropical ... Read More »

Which state is the only state to grow coffee beans?

Hawaii is the only state in the United States that grows coffee beans. Hawaii's best known coffee is Kona. Only coffee grown in the North and South districts of Kona can legally be labeled as such.... Read More »

When you buy coffee beans, or pre-packaged ground coffee, how do you know if it's Arabica or Robusta?

Here's some hints to helping you find Arabica beans:If it doesn't say 100% Arabica, it probably isn't.If it costs less than $10, it's probably robusta.If it comes in a can, it probably is robusta.I... Read More »

How to Store Coffee Beans or Ground Coffee?

Many bulk food items can be stored in a variety of conditions without sustaining much damage or inviting pests. Unfortunately, coffee beans and ground coffee do not fit this bill. Coffee, in both w... Read More »