Many parts of Asia were also highly involved with the origins of coffee, especially as India was one of the main places of growth and cultivation of the fruit. The first record of coffee growing in India is following the introduction of coffee beans from Yemen, and since then coffee plantations have become established all throughout the region. Coffee production dominated in the hill tracts of South Indian states, with Indian coffee being said to be the best quality grown in the shade rather than in direct sunlight anywhere in the world. Coffee in India is mainly grown throughout the regions of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu which now consists of South India, followed by currently new areas such as Andhra Pradesh and Orissa on the Eastern coast.
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