South America coffee, characterized for having medium acidity and full body with rich, caramely taste. There are two different types of coffee beans growing in South America. One is Arabica beans, which grow best in humid climates between 1200-1800 meters above sea level. it is also the most widely consumed coffee bean. Second is Robusta beans, which grow best at sea level and up to 750 meters high. South America holds the world's largest coffee producer (Brazil) and the third largest (Colombia), making the continent the biggest coffee producer worldwide.