These days nearly everyone is looking into where their food comes from. This is no different when it comes to beverages like coffee. The coffee that the Hills Brothers made is no exception. Find out more about the source of Hills Bros. Coffee beans.
A Global Brand
While the popular San-Francisco-based coffee company is all American, its beans actually come from all over the globe. When Hills Bros. Coffee first started, it only used coffee beans from Ethiopia, which was the inspiration behind its “taster” logo. These days, the company is globally sourcing beans from several countries.
There are over 80 countries countries that grow quality Arabica beans for coffee. They span across nearly four continents. The majority of coffee beans come from Columbia, Brazil, Uganda, Mexico, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
The origin of the beans used in each Hills Bros. Coffee blend is different. For example, it uses high-quality Columbian Arabica beans in its 100% Columbian Dark Roast and 100% Columbian Whole Bean Coffee. There are multiple types of beans used in the Dark Roast Whole Beans variety.
The next time you take a sip of the fine coffee started by the Hills Brothers, enjoy a little taste of the world.