Coffee Infographic: Comparing Your Single Origin Beans 2

This is a guest post and cool coffee infographic from Adams & Russell Coffee Roasters.

Have you ever found it a struggle to easily compare single origin coffee beans when looking for those that meet your palette?

Well that’s where this post comes in. Adams & Russell have created an informative visual, known as an infographic, to help you compare the most prominent flavours from the various origins along the bean belt.

The bean belt is a part of the world between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn where the climate is just about perfect for growing coffee.

While many coffee blends are made up of a mixture of beans from various countries (or origins) across “the bean belt”, there is a continuous demand for single origin coffee.

This means that specialty roasters are beginning to offer more and more selections of single origin beans to the general public.

However, as the roasting of single origin beans grows, it becomes ever more difficult for coffee enthusiasts to make a choice based on flavour and Roast.

Single Origin Coffee Chart

Thanks to the lovely folk at Adams & Russell Wholesale Coffee Roasters for this really interesting infographic.

Adams & Russell are a small batch coffee roaster based in Birkenhead, established way back in 1978, and supply wholesale and retail coffee nationwide. I’ve spoken to the guys at Adams and Russell a few times, they seem a really nice bunch, and I’m meeting up with them later this week. I’ll be chatting about their coffee’s and their business, tasting their coffees – and then I’ll be blogging about it :-). Edit, see Visit to Adams & Russell Coffee Roasters



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2 thoughts on “Coffee Infographic: Comparing Your Single Origin Beans

  • Madison

    What a cool infographic, and so helpful! Clearly the folks at Adams & Russell know their stuff. It is interesting how you can get chocolatey tones in both very light and very dark roasts, but it isn’t surprising that fruity flavours dominate the lighter roasts. I’m curious what the gamey undertones in the Papa New Guinea roasts taste like, sounds very distinctive. Thanks for sharing, will definitely put this to good use!

  • Al ali

    Hi, I would like to know. , how can I get this coffee and from different origin ?
    I am from Dubai, United Arab Emirates