Central American coffees are broadly known for their perfectly balanced combination of body and acidity. Guatemala is the largest producer of Central America. Costa Rica, Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua are also popular choices.
Although Panama grows the least coffee in the region, it is of the highest quality with unique aromas and flavours.
Generally, central American coffees are balanced, with varying amounts of acidity and body according to location and a smooth sweetness with chocolate and buttery notes.