robusta or Coffea canephora as the name suggests, is a much tougher and it shows a greater resistance to climate and weather conditions, diseases and heat and their taste can range from neutral to harsh and they are often described as tasting grain-like or oatmeally A Coffea arabica bean containing little caffeine . The Arabica bean plant is grown at higher altitudes.

Coffea canephora robusta and Arabica coffee

 

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There are 2 types of coffee -  the arabica and robusta (canephora) . The difference between Arabica and Robusta coffee is that the plant and beans are different and consequently, the use varies as well.
Robusta or Coffea canephora as the name suggests, is a much tougher and it shows a greater resistance to climate and weather conditions, diseases and heat and their taste can range from neutral to harsh and they are often described as tasting grain-like or oatmeally. Their unroasted smell is often described as raw-peanutty. There are high quality robustas on the market but they are rare and reserved exclusively for the best robusta containing espressos.
Robusta coffee beans are more robust than the Arabica plants, but produce an inferior tasting beverage with a higher caffeine content. Both the Robusta and Arabica coffee plant can grow to heights of 10 meters if not pruned but the countries where coffee is produced will maintain the plant at a reasonable height which is suitable for harvesting.

  Coffea canephora robusta

Coffea canephora (Robusta Coffee Coffea robusta) is a species of coffee which has its origins in western Africa. It is grown mostly in Africa and Brazil, where it is often called Conillon. It is also grown in Southeast Asia where French colonists introduced it in the late 19th century. In recent years Vietnam, which only produces robusta, has surpassed Brazil, India, and Indonesia to become the world's single largest exporter. Approximately one third of the coffee produced in the world is robusta.
Canephora is easier to care for than the other major species of coffee, Coffea arabica, and, because of this, is cheaper to produce. Since arabica beans are considered superior, robusta is usually limited to lower grade coffee blends as a filler. It is however often included in instant coffee, and in espresso blends to promote the formation of "crema". Robusta has about twice as much caffeine as arabica.

  Arabica coffee

Contains about half the caffeine of Coffea robusta. A Coffea arabica bean containing little caffeine . The Arabica bean plant is grown at higher altitudes. Its cultivation needs great care, and it is thought upon the same way as the finest grapes grown at the worlds leading vineyards.
Arabicas have a wider range of  tastes, between varieties, such as sweet-soft to sharp-tangy. Their smell unroasted is very similar to blueberries and their smell roasted is perfumey with fruity notes and sugary tones. The most famous producers are: Colombia coffee  ,  Java coffee Kenyan coffee  ,  Ethiopia coffee  ,  Hawaii coffee ,  Jamaica coffee  , Yemen - Mocha  ,  Brazil - Santos ,  Sumatra Mandheling and Sumatra Lintong  , Sulawesi - Sulawesi Toraja Kalossi , Tanzania - Tanzania Peaberry , Uganda


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