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  • A Brief History of Typica Varietal and Three Coffee Origins

    Jan 29, 14 • ProductionNo Comments
    A Brief History of Typica Varietal and Three Coffee Origins

    A cupping profile of coffee varies depending on numerous factors, cultivation environment, processing of coffee cherries, condition in shipping container, roast profile, and so on. Out of countless factors, the idea of varietal, a biological strain of coffee plants, seems important or “trendy”. Today, in commercial Coffee Arabica, Typica and Bourbon are considered to be […]...

  • What is Coffee? Botanical Classification of Coffea Arabica

    Apr 21, 13 • GeneralNo Comments
    What is Coffee? Botanical Classification of Coffea Arabica

    The Coffea arabica(botanical name of coffee), is native to Ethiopia, and now cultivated in many different equatorial regions: in Africa, Central America, South America, West Indies, South/South East Asia, and Pacific islands. The Coffea arabica belongs to the large sub-kingdom of the Angiosperms, which means that the plant reproduces by seeds enclosed in the ovary, […]...