What is the Arabica coffee species?
Arabica comes from Ethiopia and Yemen and is the most common coffee species in
the world, accounting for around 75% of coffee sold all over the globe. The taste and
fragrance of the beans are richer. Arabica is considered the leading coffee in terms
and quality and taste. It contains less caffeine than Robusta and is characterized by
sweeter tastes, relatively little crema, and a mild bitterness.