Latin America & Caribbean

Latin America & Caribbean

Coffee first arrived in the "new world" through the Caribbean in the early 18th century and was grown commercially throughout those islands for a hundred years before arriving in Central and South America. For a time, when America was being born, the Caribbean was the largest coffee producing region in the world. Then coffee was planted in Brazil, which would become the world's largest coffee producer in less than 100 years.
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  1. Lemon, blackcurrant, sultana, milk chocolate
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  2. Chocolate, apple juice, bubblegum, perfumed, IPA
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  3. Milk chocolate, orange squash, grape
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  4. Chocolate, lemon, creamy, orange
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  5. Chocolate, orange, melon, medium sweetness
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  6. Creamy, rich chocolate, red currant, orange
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  7. Chocolate, red apple, toffee popcorn
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  8. Cherry candy, stewed apple, blackcurrant, buttery, lemon and lime
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  9. Red fruits, apple, chocolate, pine nuts
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  10. Stewed apple, orange, butter cream, raspberry ripple, blackcurrant, fudge
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  11. Chocolate, orange, nutty
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  12. Candied fruit, prune, mango, pear, banana, orange, caramel, honey, apple
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  13. Chocolate, red fruits and citrus with a heavy body.
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  14. Chocolate, hazelnut, dried fruits
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  15. Blackcurrant, almond, green apple, caramel
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