Is one of the two main types of coffee and considered to be the finest available
“100% Arabica” is a good start but no guarantee of quality! Arabica Coffee Beans tend to have a sweeter, softer taste, with tones of sugar, fruit, acidity and chocolate.
The common term for the fruit of the coffee tree.
Each cherry contains two normal coffee beans, or occasionally one pea berry. When ripened, the coffee cherries are usually red (although there are
some yellow varietals, and the odd orange one). For great coffee, all of the cherries must be harvested at the peak of ripeness.
GREEN COFFEE - UNROASTED COFFEE
They contain twice as muchcaffeine as Arabica beans
Is very used to be blended with Arabica coffee beans, normally has a stronger, harsher taste, with a grain-like overtone and peanut aftertaste, however, some Robusta are of high quality and valued especially in espressos for their deep
flavor and good crema.