Peaberry – Culi Seeds

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Peaberry – Culi Seeds

A coffee bean usually has two kernels, but the fruit has only one seed in some cases. These seeds are more significant, and rounder than conventional kernels and are called Peaberry (or Culi coffee in Vietnam).

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Peaberry Seed Bitterness

Call Seeds seeds typically make up only 1-9% of most coffee varieties, with outstanding, strong taste properties and rich aroma compared to familiar sources of the same type, so Peaberry seeds are often separated and sold at a higher price. Some of the world-famous Peaberry hats come from Kenya, Tanzania, Hawaii…

Peaberry – Culi Seeds
known in Spanish as “Caracolillo.”

When roasted, Culi Seeds seeds are separated from ordinary flat coffee beans, to ensure consistency, as the seeds can weigh larger.

Experts recognize peaberry coffee as having a different taste than coffee from ordinary nuts in the same harvest because of the other grain shapes that lead to different roasting characteristics. Some references suggest that Peaberry coffee often has a deeper sour taste and a more complex scent but is lighter than coffee made from usually shaped seeds from the same batch.

However, the assertion that Culi Seeds tastes better than regular coffee beans has yet to be proven.

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