COFFEE BEANS - THE ORIGIN
Coffea Arabica is a plant native to Ethiopia in southeastern Sudan and northern Kenya and later spread to Yemen, a place where, however, there were the first historical traces of the consumption of the drink. To date it thrives in Central and South America, but also on the eastern coasts of Africa. The arabica bean is rather flat and elongated. The Coffea Canephora, better known by the name of Robusta is a very adaptable plant since it also grows at altitudes below 700 meters and therefore cheaper. Its cultivation began only in the 19th century. Its rounded beans are smaller, but richer in caffeine than the previous species and, once roasted, they are very fragrant. The bean also has a clean cut.
For a lasting preservation of the freshness and aroma of your beans, use tin containers suitable for the practical maintenance of fragrances and flavours.