*There may be some instances where we see some origins tasting unique to others, but this is more commonly down to other influences. Kenya is a good example of this, where Kenyan coffees are famous for tasting "Kenyany". This is due to varieties grown in Kenya, which are exclusive to that part of the world. When we've had experiments of these varieties grown in other regions, we notice an amazing similarity to those coffee grown in Kenya. This tells us botanical variety plays a bigger role in flavour than we've ever realised, and should be our main indicator when deciding which coffee to drink, and what we can expect from it.