Most commercial coffees are grown on the coffee belt, which lies between the two tropics: The Tropic of Cancer and The Tropic of Capricorn. Traditionally, most of the coffees were consumed outside of this belt, further north, and south. This was because coffee was seen as a rich person’s beverage. Coffee traditionally was grown in the south of India, most of this grown in Karnataka, but now we have these new growing regions like parts of Odisha (Koraput), Araku in Andhra Pradesh, and now even in the North-Eastern parts of the country.