One of the most important commodities on the world market is coffee, originating from over 80 producing countries. As with wine, climate and soil conditions affect quality and taste.

Arabica

It grows in the highlands, is regarded as a high quality bean and contains little caffeine.
As a plant, it is vulnerable and needs more care, which makes it mild, aromatic with a classic tartness.
Not every Arabica coffee is automatically high-quality coffee.

Robusta (also called Canephora)

It is – as the name already suggests, the robust type. Its caffeine content is high, heat and climate conditions have little influence on it and it originates from West Africa.