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I have a question about Coffee imported from Colombia. Are chemicals added to the coffee before entering USA?

I am very curious about this question because my wife, a native of Colombia and I go down to Colombia quite often and bring back the good Colombian brew. I want to know why does it taste so different here in the USA. When I go to the grocery store and buy Colombiano Supremo it just doesn’t taste like the coffee down there. Are chemicals added to the coffee before it is exported to the United States. The coffee down in Colombia is the best in the world. Thanks for what you can send me.

i cant really tell you unless i try it my self and taste the difference but i have some knowledge on coffee and i can make a few suggestions.
basically, there are a few things that can affect the quality of coffee, its; taste and aroma. weather conditions, area where it comes from etc etc. there will be a great difference in the taste of coffees even from the same country or area. good quality coffee should have the same taste every time you buy it….
so to answer your question, i dont think that there are chemicals added because coffee would go bad. you cant do that with coffee actually BUT
1. maybe they sell you different quality coffee than the one you buy your self.
2. maybe they mix good columbia coffee with second class coffee and then they sell it to you. (that would be illegal too)

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