Coffee is now grown all around the globe. To be more precise, it grows 25 degrees North and 30 degrees South of the Equator. It is a tropical zone and most affected by climate change.
It is mid-January and it's snowing in the Sahara, but there is still no sight of snow in Helsinki. Meanwhile, in Costa Rica, it's supposed to be dry season and summer at its best, but in recent days the country has been hit by heavy rains and cold winds. Rainfall has caused the coffee trees to bloom for several months too early, which has a negative effect on the coming crop.