Description: Coffee is the main drink of choice for millions of people. So many countries have their own favorite caffeine beverages. Some even have the best coffee plantations. 

Coffee has conquered most of the world. These days, there is hardly any country that is not part of our huge caffeine-addicted family. With this being said, some countries take their love of coffee to the next level. Those states don’t just enjoy drinking coffee but producing it as well. Coffee trees are very delicate and climate-sensitive creatures that can grow only in a few regions of the world. Hence, not many countries can have their own coffee plantations, and those countries who have them take great pride in it.

Knowing which country produces the most delicious coffee is not just good for your general knowledge. You can also plan your future travels considering regions with the best coffee. What’s more, you will simply have an easier time picking the coffee beans for your home. Most people buy coffee beans depending on the region they are coming from, as the origin of the beans will tell you everything you need to know about coffee. So let’s see which countries have the most delicious coffee or/and produce the best coffee beans.


You don’t know what strong coffee tastes like unless you try it in Cuba. Cuban coffee has always been the benchmark of high-quality coffee, along with their cigars and rum, of course. Well, now as Cuba is opening up its borders to the world, it’s time you’ll put it to the test. 

Expresso coffee in cup with Cuban flag

Cubans love their coffee strong and black. Don’t get too surprised when you’ll be served a tiny cup of espresso. That small portion will have enough caffeine to keep you going for a week. Also, if you prefer making espresso at home, Cuban beans are the ones to have in your kitchen.


Italy may not have any coffee plantations, but it surely has a taste for good coffee. Most Italian coffee is made on beans from Africa, often from West Africa, where they grow Robusta coffee beans. Robusta is a perfect match for espresso, a favorite Italian coffee. 

Cup of fresh espresso coffee in a cafe with view on Vesuvius mount in Naples, Campania, Southern Italy

These are the reasons why modern multinational coffee houses will never have success in Italy. The truth is, Italy has plenty of local coffee houses on its own. Those are the places where all locals meet before going to work, chat, share news, and, of course, have a quick cup of espresso. They may also enjoy some cappuccino, but only if they didn’t have breakfast that day. 


Colombia is one of the biggest coffee suppliers in the world. Why would it? Its climate is perfect for growing perfect Arabica beans. Colombians take great pride in their coffee. First of all, most plantations in the country belong to small farmers. Some plantations are so high in the mountains that no car or automation can reach them. For generations, people are taking care of their coffee trees, producing some of the best beans in the world. 

colombian farmer picking ripe coffee beans by hand.

Depending on the region or altitude of the plantation, farmers can receive beans of different quality and taste. Some of their beans will be high in acidity and taste similar to wine, while others will have a strong, bold taste and energizing effect.  


Whenever you are getting a cup of coffee in a coffee shop, chances are, it’s Ethiopian beans. The best ethiopian coffee brands are widely spread all across Europe and North America. Some people believe that coffee trees also come from the Ethiopian region. At least, Ethiopia is the only country in the world that has wild coffee tree plantations. 

Ethiopian dried coffee beans in sacks

The Arabica beans from this region are full of flavor. They have a nuanced taste with some fruity or even spicy notes, depending on the region they harvested. If you’re new to coffee, Ethiopian coffee is a perfect start. It’s delicate yet very flavorful, strong, yet not too powerful.