Coffee's Terroir

Coffee's Terroir

Coffee's Terroir

While the concept of terroir is mainly associated with wines, its use is broadening as consumers want to know more information about the origins and growing practices of their food and drink. While the impact of terroir has been well documented in wines, the question being asked within this piece is if it matters as much in the production of coffee. Can terroir impact the flavor enough that the same variety grown in two different regions will taste different enough for the consumer to notice?

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