According to popular legend, the coffee plant was discovered in Ethiopia by a goatherd named Kaldi. Most of this coffee is grown in Brazil.The Oxford English Dictionary suggests that the European languages generally appear to have gotten the name from Turkish kahveh, about 1600, perhaps through Italian caffè. Arab qahwah, in Turkish pronounced kahveh, the name of the infusion or beverage; said by Arab lexicographers to have originally meant "wine" or some type of wine, and to be a derivative of a verb-root qahiya "to have no appetite." Another common theory is that the name derives from Kaffa Province, Ethiopia, where the species may have originated. The rich color of this classic tartan pattern seen here in a diamond shape are perfect for your Fall/ Winter styles.