In many cities around the world, there’s a café on every corner, so it comes as no surprise that coffee is one of the globes’ top commodities. As the third most consumed beverage globally, after water and tea, coffee beans are in high demand almost everywhere. The top producing nations, produce billions of kilograms of coffee beans that find their way into the hands of eager consumers. As most coffee lovers would tell you, drinking coffee is a complex and nuanced experience.
There’s the rich aroma, the comforting warmth, and the loveliness of the ritual of sitting down with a fresh cup. With the variety of ways it can be served and the jolt of caffeine it provides us, it’s not hard to see why the world loves its coffee. In fact, we love the beverage so much that humans have conditioned themselves to associate the bitter taste of coffee with a bout of energy and positive reinforcement.
Here are the top 20 highest coffee producers in the world.
Papua New Guinea