As with any commodity, coffee also has good and really good versions of it. And the best, the gourmet coffee versions are roasted from arabica coffee beans. They are grown at very high altitudes, where primarily Ethiopia is called their homeland. Butin not only Africa, coffee is grown extensively in fifty-three countries across the equator and it is extracted from the seed of cherries growing on coffee trees.
A cool climate and lots of moisture result in a high quality bean group. The soil the beans are grown in produces the very distinct flavors of the gourmet coffee beans. Gourmet coffee has a more balanced flavor and richer taste than the standard mass-produced coffee. The beans go through a rigorous process of certification that is very strict to help keep the quality high.
You can find gourmet flavored coffee in most grocery stores, specialty shops, restaurants and coffee shops. If you are a true connoisseur, you might compare gourmet coffee to a wonderful bottle of wine.