I LIKE DRINKING COLOMBIAN COFFEE EVEN IF IT ISN'T DIRECTLY FROM COLOMBIA.
I sometimes like a cup of Colombian coffee.
From what I read in a Google search from http://equalexchange.coop/history-of-coffee-in-colombia ,
The Andes Mountains contain some of the most fertile land on earth.
Not all Colombian coffee comes directly from Colombia.
Read from Coffees from the Americas Here.
Whatever you call it, Java, black death, hot brew, cold brew, coffee, or a cup of joe. It's all mixed up.
Coffee gets mixed up and sometimes the beans are not all from the exact same original farm. That means you never know. I do know Starbucks coffee, when you buy the one flavor you really enjoy and my case, Anniversary blend, It has a consistently pure flavor that is there for my satisfaction almost daily.
Don't forget that if you buy beans, you have to decide what type of grind to make. I use medium ground setting on my coffee bean grinder and sometimes, if I have time, I like to make it really strong by using one of my French Presses. Heavy cream and brown sugar are always good.
I don't know how much the workers in The Americas get paid but I would like to know that they get their own coffee free for their efforts, at least.
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