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Pure, single-origin Arabica coffee awaits you! Within our extensive selection of Arabica coffee, there’s something to suit every coffee enthusiast’s taste: from dark roasted, chocolatey-sweet Arabica beans to intricate, fruity-berry profiles and the finest floral notes in filter coffee – we offer a wide range of flavor experiences. Immerse yourself in the world of Arabica coffee and discover its diverse and captivating flavors!

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The long journey of an Arabica coffee bean!

It takes a lot of preparation before we can enjoy a good cup of coffee here in Europe. In the following video, we take a look at the long journey of a coffee bean and the importance of sustainability and fair payment of farmers - so that we can still enjoy the taste of Arabica coffee in the future!

100% Arabica coffee means that the coffee exclusively contains beans from the Arabica coffee plant (Coffea arabica). The Arabica plant is one of the two main types of coffee plants, the other being Coffea canephora, also known as Robusta.

Whether Arabica coffee is better than Robusta coffee depends on individual preferences and tastes. Both types of coffee have their own unique characteristics and are appreciated by different coffee drinkers. Here are some aspects to consider:

1. Flavor: Arabica coffee is known for its diverse and nuanced flavors. It can be floral, fruity, sweet, nutty and tart, with flavors varying depending on the growing region. Robusta coffee has a stronger, often more bitter taste and less acidity. Some people prefer the mild and complex taste of Arabica, while others prefer the stronger and more intense flavor of Robusta.

2. Caffeine content: Robusta coffee beans have a higher caffeine content than Arabica beans. This makes Robusta coffee a popular choice for those looking for a more invigorating and caffeinated coffee.

3. Growing conditions: Arabica coffee grows at higher altitudes and is more sensitive to disease and weather conditions. Robusta plants are more resilient and thrive at lower altitudes and in more adverse conditions.

4. Intended use: Arabica coffee is often used in specialty coffees and high-end blends, while Robusta coffee is often used in lower-priced blends, espresso beans and instant coffee.

Some people prefer the subtle and varied flavors of Arabica coffee, while others prefer the stronger impact and bitter taste of Robusta.

In many cases, high-quality coffee blends are produced that combine both Arabica and Robusta beans to bring together the best characteristics of both varieties and create a balanced cup of coffee. The choice between Arabica and Robusta ultimately depends on which flavor and blend of coffee you personally prefer.