Arabica coffee beans are very famous around the world. Among coffee farmers, Arabica beans are the king of coffee beans. Arabica beans result strong taste but less caffeine coffee. Less caffeine coffee will not give too many bad impacts on the body. On the other hand, less caffeine coffee can result smooth and delicious coffee drinks. Obviously, Arabica beans are spread evenly around the world. This condition results distinctive taste and characteristic of each Arabica coffee bean grown in various locations in the world.
Africa-Arabica Coffee Beans
Africa is the continent next to the Middle East, the place where the very first Arabica beans were grown. Africa has almost the same climate with the Middle East, therefore Arabica beans can be grown well there. Definitely, there are two famous places in Africa where the farmers mostly grow Arabica beans. Kenya and Ethiopia are the two countries which become some of the biggest countries producing the best Arabica coffee beans. Kenyan Arabic coffee beans have slightly different characteristics and taste from the Ethiopian Arabic coffee beans. The Kenyan coffee beans grow near the Mount Kenya. The volcanic soil makes the coffee bean grows well and fertile. Kenyan coffee beans taste more acid than the original Arabic coffee beans. Kenyan coffee beans are dominated with earthy flavor. It is because the beans are planted on the mountain area. Unlike the Kenyan coffee beans, Ethiopian coffee beans taste very smooth. They do not taste any acid but still have slight earthy flavor. Ethiopian coffee beans somehow have fruity flavor which is almost the same with dry grapes or raisin. There are three famous Ethiopian Arabic beans which are Ethiopian Harrar, Ethiopian Yirgacheffe, and Ethiopian Sidamo.
America-Arabica Coffee Beans
Arabica coffee beans are also getting famous in South America or America Latin since many years ago. There are quite plenty countries in America which grow Arabica coffee bean continuously. However Columbia, Brazil, Hawaii, and Costa Rica are the most famous places that grow Arabica beans. Columbian coffee beans are the second generation of Arabica beans. Columbian coffee beans have strong taste, less caffeine, and smooth smell. On the other hand, Columbian coffee contains deep and thick walnut taste in the ending. Unlike Columbian coffee beans, Brazil coffee beans which are known as Brazil Santos Bourbons have lighter body, pleasing aroma, and low acidity. Somehow, Brazil Arabica beans come with slight cocoa and nut taste over the coffee blend. Further, America-Arabica coffee beans grow in Hawaii as well. Hawaii coffee beans are known as Hawaiian Kona Coffee. The Kona coffee beans are planted near the mount Hualalai and Mauna Loa. The volcanic soil makes the Arabica-Kona coffee beans taste uniquely. Costa Rica is one of the famous locations growing Arabica coffee beans. The Costa Rican coffee beans have nice characteristics. They have smooth taste, pleasing aroma, bright acidity, clean powder, and citrus and spicy taste blended in the combination of cocoa and berry.
Arabica coffee bean is considered having various generations spread around the world. Each location with its unique and unusual climate produces unique Arabica coffee beans. Moreover, the role of the particular soil character also develops different tastes of each Arabica bean. Besides having distinctive tastes and characteristics, Arabica coffee beans also always carry high quality. Everyone likes Arabica coffee because it is considered the oldest coffee variant on earth.