All the coffee in the world is grown in the region called “The Coffee Belt”. This is the reason which have all the required conditions for the coffee to grow.
The most expensive coffee in the world is collected from animal dung. One such coffee is called “Civet Coffee” which is produced when Asian Palm Civet eats coffee berries after a day or two the beans are then defecated in clumps, having kept their shape and still covered with some of the fleshy berry’s inner layers(Read More Here: Kopi Luwak).
Another expensive coffee is made n Thailand where instead of feeding coffee to civet, it is feed to elephants. It is made from beans eaten by Thai elephants and plucked a day later from their dung.
African tribes use to cook coffee beans with fat to make a kind of edible energy balls.
In 1965, Kind of England banned coffee houses claiming those are the places where people meet to conspire against him.