Coffee beans can roughly be sorted into two groups: Arabica coffee bean
and Robusta coffee bean.
former has a medium thickness and pleasant odour and is used in the
manufacturing of gourmet coffee. It usually grows in tropical regions at
an altitude of 900-2000 meters and with abundant rainfall (e.g. South
American and African countries). Comparatively, the latter can be found
in regions of lower altitude where the temperature is around 24°C -26°C.
It has a stronger savour and heavier body on your tongue than the
former. It also has a higher portion of caffeine content, and thus is
usually used as filler to blend with other types of coffee beans and to
produce highly processed coffee (e.g. canned coffee).
Though there are many varieties of coffee bean, our company endeavour to
select the most suitable products for all customers from a wide range of
origins, including Brazil Santos, Columbia Emerald Mountain, Costa Rica,
Kenya, Guatemala, Moga (Ethiopia), Tanzania, Sumatra Mandheling, Java
and Indonesia EK. We also supply commendable Arabica coffee bean from
Jamaican Blue Mountain.