Over 3,500 miles separates Vietnam and Yemen, however, GUSTATORY have grouped these countries together by virtue of this part of the world being generally unsuitable for varied coffee growth. Beginning with India, this enormous landmass produces heavy and creamy coffee, all of which is typically simple in complexity. Somewhat similar, Vietnamese coffee is often flat and tasteless in character, but surprisingly popular; rather ironically Vietnam is actually the second highest producing country of coffee in the world. Yemeni coffee, by contrast, is really quite unique and quite the opposite of flat. Full of fruity flavours which bring out all its uniqueness, coffee from Yemen can be considered hit-or-miss; you will either love or hate it. Lastly Myanmar, geographically located between India and Vietnam, is a country which is relatively unknown for its coffee, however, has begun to gain international interest and popularity. Coffee from Myanmar is typically similar to that of India.