Coffee from different regions of the globe have distinct flavors. This is because the plant and its fruit are affected by the soil and surrounding environment. Traditionally, it is thought that coffee originated in Africa. From there it spread into Arabia and eventually Italy. Coffee beans are still grown in African and beans from this region are very distinctly flavored. Coffee beans that are grown in Kenya have a bold flavor that has an overtone of black currant. This berry flavor is very unique and gains fans from across the globe.
East African coffee beans, in particular, are loved for the intense body they yield, as well as their spicy acidity. These include beans from Ethiopia and Tanzania. If all you drink is Columbian coffee, you can change your game by sampling the unique flavor of African coffee.