We import coffee beans from the farthest corners of the globe, which after being processed and selected are ground. There are more than 100 varieties of coffee beans, but the most recognisable and commonly sold of these are Arabica (Coffea arabica) and Robusta (Coffea canephora). The beans of these two varieties differ not only in size and appearance, but also in flavour, acidity level, and caffeine content.
Considered the superior of the two varieties, aromatic with a mild flavour. The large, oblong bean features an S-shaped groove. The average caffeine content is 1-1.5%. Arabica is difficult to cultivate.
Considered the inferior of the two varieties, with a stronger flavour and a noticeable bitterness. The rounder bean features a straight groove. The average caffeine content is 2-3%. Robusta is easier to cultivate than Arabica.
Blends combine the benefits of Arabica and Robusta in one cup. By carefully combining mixtures, we obtain a strong coffee with a pronounced flavour and aroma.
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