Harvesting the coffee is a very important step in the coffee production process and so is the timing in which it is made. Without surprise, when coffee beans are harvested once the fruits reach its peak ripeness, then the final product will offer the best taste, if the steps following the harvesting are made so... Continue Reading →

Arabica Coffee Varieties

The first coffee trees that have been found in Ethiopia, from the Typica variety, are still widely cultivated nowadays, but many other now exist and have been developed either through natural mutations or cross-breeding. All the different varieties of Arabica have their own taste characteristics while others will develop them from the soil they are... Continue Reading →


We have seen previously where the coffee beans come from, how they get treated and prepared before becoming the ones that we consumed by enjoying our favorite drinks. Today we are going to have a better look into the process that takes place after the processing of the beans and will produce the final product:... Continue Reading →

Robusta Coffee

Robusta Coffee represents roughly 30% of the worldwide production of coffee and is used mainly for instant coffees, espresso blends or as a filler for other various blends. But what makes the Robusta Coffee different than the main worldwide expanded coffee, the Arabica? The plants -that usually go up to 6 meters tall- take about... Continue Reading →

Arabica Coffee

Arabica Coffee is on the two most famous coffees that are used everywhere in the world, but what defines it? It represents about 60% of the worldwide coffee production and is ideally grown in high grounds (over 1,000 meters) with a humid environment, as it needs important quantities of water to develop properly. The beans... Continue Reading →

Blue Mountain Coffee

What better way to start this section than to talk about one of the world's favourites: the Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Coffee has been introduced in Jamaica in 1728, beginning from the island of Hispaniola, but it took more than 100 years, with the abolition of the British slavery in 1838, for the former slaves... Continue Reading →

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