Scientists from Montana State University have found out that climate change affects the taste of coffee, although the taste of this drink usually depends exclusively on the geography of its cultivation.
Experts found out that many factors influence the taste of coffee: the location of the farm, temperature, light levels and carbon dioxide concentration. For example, if the farm is located at a high altitude, the coffee is more aromatic. Excessive light exposure makes the coffee of poorer quality. In addition, the quality of coffee is negatively affected by water supply problems.
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Thus, global warming is already hindering the cultivation of coffee. In the future the situation may worsen, so scientists suggest adapting this activity to changing environmental conditions.
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