Coffee from Central & South America
In Central & South America, you'll find varying acidity, but usually beans from this region are known for their balance, which makes them good for people just getting started on their relationship with coffee. Not to bitter, not too acidic, fairly smooth flavours, like chocolate. Costa Rica is known for heavier-bodied coffee, while if you go west to Mexico, you'll find something a little lighter.
Colombia, which is one of the top coffee producing countries in the world. From here, you can expect an even, well-rounded taste; moderate acidity and sweetness, and a medium to full body, probably the kind of coffee you are already most used to drinking