I got the chance to chat with Elmer coffee farmer from Finca La Perseverancia in Honduras. We had a live video call directly from his coffee farm in Danli. We spoke about many topics surrounding coffee farming techniques, harvest times… Read More »Interview with Elmer Coffee farmer in Honduras
Caturra is a cultivar of Arabica identified as a natural mutation of Bourbon. Its name is derived from a Guarani word that means “small.” It is also known as “Nanico”. The cultivar has been responsible for significant changes and advancements in… Read More »Caturra Varietal Coffee
Catimor coffee plant is a varietal that was created through the crossing between Caturra and Timor in 1959 in Costa Rica. The objective of this variation was to obtain an element that was resistant to many diseases and that could… Read More »Catimor Coffee Varietal Brief Facts
Among the infinities of coffee, the Typica coffee plant varietal is quite well known since it is the basis by which different varieties of coffee have been generated. It has within its production some large and elongated grains that ripen… Read More »Typica Coffee Varietal Facts
About Bourbon coffee varietal Bourbon coffee plant varietal has its origins in the 17th century when the Sultan of the lands of Yemen gave the King of France some coffee trees that came from Bourbon Island. Thus, giving its name… Read More »Bourbon Coffee Varietal in Brief
About Villa Sarchí Coffee Varietal Regarding coffee varieties, the Villa Sarchí coffee plant varietal stands out for being a natural genetic variation from the Bourbon coffee varietal type. It is quite small in size and is characterized by medium-sized leaves, a fairly… Read More »Villa Sarchí Coffee Varietal
Arabica vs Robusta. Robusta taste is more bitter than Arabica due to its high concentrations of caffeine. Arabica contains about 60% more lipids and almost twice the concentration of sugars than Robusta. Green beans of Robusta are about half the… Read More »Arabica vs Robusta Coffee Beans Varieties
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