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Uses Of Coffee Grounds In Beauty

Uses Of Coffee Grounds In Beauty: Since reading the previous post on creative ways to reuse old coffee grounds, have you experimented with utilizing coffee grounds in one of the usage that was mentioned? If not, set aside some time during one of your days off to begin. In addition, we will continue to learn other special uses of coffee grounds in beauty. Because they have such a high concentration of beneficial antioxidants, coffee grounds are increasingly being put to use …
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Robusta Cherry Coffee – A Distinct Flavor

There are more than 50 coffee-growing countries in the world today, with approximately 125 coffee types. Because of scientific advancements, there have been several hybrid coffee kinds with outstanding quality and high yield in addition to purebred coffees. If you are a true coffee connoisseur, you will not overlook Robusta Cherry coffee, beloved by many for its unique and delectable flavor. Cherry coffee is one of the “unique” children of the highlands in Vietnam’s Tay Nguyen, the coffee center landscape. …
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Eugenioides – Coffee varieties

The Robusta coffee plant may be known as the commercial and inferior relative of  Arabica, but without it, we wouldn't have the Arabica we have today. Robusta is the parent (and possibly mother) plant of Arabica, and the parent (or mother) species that Robusta combined to produce Arabica is known as Coffea Eugenioides. People hardly bred this species for cultivation, and people only noticed recently. Colombian producer Camilio Marisande has been experimenting with unique and rare varieties in recent years. …
Mundo Novo - Species CoffeeVariety

Mundo Novo – Species Coffee

The Mundo Novo coffee variety results from a natural cross between Bourbon and Typica varieties found in Mineiros do Tiete, Sao Paulo,  Brazil. The seeds of the coffee trees were initially grown in the Novo Mundo municipality, known today as Urupês. In 1943, people discovered this variety, and farmers have cultivated it in BraZil since 1952. …
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Heirloom Varietals: What is Coffee ‘Heirloom’?

Heirloom Varietals:  Have you ever wondered why most coffees from Ethiopia have a very "mysterious" variety name called 'Heirloom '?Why is coffee from Aricha to Yirgacheffe, from Guji to Limmu, called 'Heirloom '?I went to many coffee shops and was introduced to drinking "like Heirloom coffee." Many also said they "like the taste of Heirloom coffee." But what is an 'Heirloom'? There is no exact scientific definition for 'Heirloom.' The term usually refers to a group of plants, primarily vegetables and …
Kona Coffee - Species CoffeeVariety

Kona Coffee – Species Coffee

Kona coffee is one of the most expensive and prized coffees in the world. It is not a true variety (although growers sometimes call it “Kona typica”), because of its distinct flavor, not its genetic makeup. In return, it comes from the unique (and highly controlled) growing conditions and methods of the Kona region of Hawai'i. Kona farmers were among the first to treat coffee growing as a craft – and at a time when very few did. (Today, producers everywhere are …
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Hybrido de Timor – Species Coffee

Hybrido de Timor is another name for the Timor coffee variety, a hybrid between Robusta coffee and Arabica coffee. Hybrido de Timor was first discovered in the 1940s on the island of Timor in Indonesia with strong rust resistance inherited from Robusta coffee varieties. Hybrido de Timor was discovered in 1927 in a Typica coffee plantation established in 1917, in present-day East Timor. Coffee farmers in Timor started growing Hibrido de Timor in the 1940s. In the late 50s and 60s, Timor Hybrid seeds …
Villa Sarchi – Species CoffeeVariety

Villa Sarchi – Species Coffee

Villa Sarchi  (also known as La Luisa or Villalobos Bourbon) is a natural mutation of the  C. Bourbon variety with a genetic mutation that causes the plant to grow smaller than normal (also known as a dwarf mutation). This variety was discovered in  Costa Rica in the 1950s (or 1960s) in the Northwest region of Alajuela province, then underwent pedigree selection (selection of individual plants over successive generations) there.   …
Typica – Species CoffeeVariety

Typica – Species Coffee

Typica – Species Coffee: Typically, along with its "brother",  Bourbon  (Coffea Arabica var. Bourbon) is one of the most genetically diverse C. Arabica species and holds an important place in the world coffee industry. According to WCR Arabica Typica is Also known as Criollo (Creole), Indio (in India) or Arábigo (Arabica) or Blue Mountain (in Jamaica), and Sumatra (in Indonesia). Typica is considered a “pure Arabica” similar to Bourbon, these are coffee varieties that produce a much higher quality of flavour than new …
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Mocha/Mokka or Moka Coffee?

Mocha or Mokka is a dwarf mutant of the Arabica Bourbon variety, genetically very close to Bourbon. It is named after the port of Mocha in Yemen; from Yemen, Mokka was brought to the island of Réunion (Indian Ocean). Moka was first found in a port city called Mocha in Yemen. Therefore, this coffee variety is also called Mocha Coffee. This type of coffee was first brought outside of Yemen in the last years of the 13th century. When the missionary Marco Polo …