Coffee was cultivated and marketed economically on the Arabian Peninsula by the fifteenth century. In the 17th century, Europeans followed the caffeine boat, and coffee shops soon became meeting places for artists and writers.

The seedling continued to thrive, resulting in prosperous coffee business in the nation, as well as serving as the parent for coffee trees in modern-day South and Central America and the Caribbean.

In this infographic, coffeeinblog.com looks at how countries around the world Make their coffee.

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How Countries Around the World Make Their Coffee

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