Coffee Beans New Zealand

Coffee Beans New Zealand, the coffee plant is not a frost sturdy plant and cannot grow or prosper in very cold conditions, which most of New Zealand is.

As the best coffee in the world is known to come from Africa, Ethiopia to be exact, because of the perfect climate and soil, New Zealanders can and do grow their own coffee plants by creating the perfect environment and soil conditions for a good plant all indoors or in specifically designed greenhouses.

As it takes 30 plants to produce enough beans for one cup of coffee a day there is a good market for these beans and thus the growers tend to do a good job of offering a competitive market for coffee beans and quality products in New Zealand itself.

Though like most countries, coffee is a hugely imported product but the product produced locally can still stand up high when it comes to quality.