Arabica Coffee Bags
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Available as Wholebeans - Ground Medium Fine for filter machines - Ground Coarse for Cafetieres
Ground Fine for use in Espresso Machines.
Arabica Coffee Bags (also known as “Arabicas of the World”) are a blend of Brazillian, Colombian, Papua New Guinean, Ethiopian and Central American Coffees. The beans are, of course, arabica, which is the best known and most loved variety.
Embrace a well-rounded, malty sweetness with notes of toasted almonds and a bright, fruity acidity. What more could you want from your morning cuppa?
As it turns out, Arabica Coffee Bags have other noteworthy qualities. First and foremost, they contain a sizable amount of caffeine, providing Coffee drinkers with an often much-needed energy boost.
We also guarantee that it’s made with the freshest ground Coffee around, which, unlike Instant Coffee, boasts a bold, irresistible character and profile.
Arabica Coffee Bean Facts
- 75% of the world’s Coffee is the product of arabica beans. Most of the remaining 25% is robusta.
- Arabica Coffee comes from the Coffea arabica species of the Coffea plant.
- These beans are often more mature and are considered the best quality.
- When brewed, they have heavier aromas, smoother tastes and less caffeine than robusta Coffee.
- Arabica beans also contain 60% more lipids and almost twice the amount of natural sugars.
- It takes around ten months to ripen arabica beans before they’re ready for harvesting.
About Arabica Coffee Bags Blend
At least five countries produce beans found in our Arabica Coffee Bags. Ethiopia, in particular, is the home of Coffee. According to legend, it was here, several hundreds of years ago, that a goat herder discovered his flock grazing on an unknown plant.
The animals appeared to have boosted energy immediately after eating the fruit of the bushes. And so, out of curiosity, the man decided to try them for himself. The rest, of course, is history.
Nowadays, however, Central and South America have much to offer the industry. Brazil is, in fact, the world’s largest producer of Coffee, while Colombia is the fourth.
Then there is Papua New Guinea, which, despite accounting for less than 1% of the world’s total Coffee production, has become known for its great quality. Combined, these beans make for a match made in heaven. Find out for yourself today.
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