When you buy coffee, do you pay attention to what type of coffee you are buying? There are four main types of grain that we can consider to be commonly consumed: Arabica coffee, Robusta coffee, Liberica coffee and Excelsa coffee.
The reality is that most people, lovers or not of good coffee, do not pay attention to what variety they buy, they simply worry that it is black and suitable for preparing the coffee we are used to.
The arabigo coffee or coffea arabica belongs to the family of the Rubiaceae plants. This variety of coffee mainly comes from the mountains of Ethiopia and Yemen, although there are varieties of Arabica that are grown in South America, Central America or Asia. The plants usually reach 8 to 12 meters in height, and are grown in high altitude terrain, at least 800 meters. For this reason, collecting arabica coffee beans is more laborious, which increases its price considerably.
Currently, this type of bean represents more than 50% of world coffee production, something that makes it the most cultivated in the world. Therefore, it is very likely that, although you may not know it, you drink coffee made from arabica beans every morning.
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