I used to think coffee is coffee, meaning it didnt really matter where it came from because it all tasted the same.  Boy was I wrong!  Coffee is a plant that produces cherry-like fruit from which the beans are eventually extracted and distributed.  Coffee is grown in approximately 50 countries that span the globe. [2]  So then I assumed, all Kenyan coffees taste the same, or all Guatemalan coffees are the same.  Wrong, again.  I am learning that coffees from the same country can vary in taste, aroma and body.  How?