No matter the variety, coffee has that enticing and seductive flavor that’s hard to resist… But deep inside each bean is a difference and two species define what we can call a true ORGANO cup of joe.
ORGANO has different coffee varieties and each one of them is concocted with one of those two species: Arabica and Robusta. Join us and discover the main differences between both! Once you know then your palate won’t be the same.
Arabica beans typically contain less caffeine than Robusta ones, but are considered superior when it comes to taste and smoothness. When you taste coffee from the Arabica variety you will notice a sweetness and fruity feel (think of chocolate and berries).
Around 60% of all coffee produced around the world belongs to this species, which thrives in elevated locations and tropical settings such as Colombia, Brazil and India.
Now, Robusta beans are different in taste to Arabica. For starters, it has a higher caffeine dose, as well as higher concentrations of chlorogenic acids, giving your cup a strongest, darkest and bitter taste.
Robusta beans are used to produce espresso varieties, thanks to these acids that provide the incredible crema you find in your cup. Its strong profile is also enhanced by the places it grows in: lower altitudes, warmer places and are less vulnerable to pests and other factors.
Robusta is grown in places such as Vietnam, Africa and Indonesia.
Coffee is so versatile that it adapts to your taste and lifestyle. Some arabica blends may be too fruity for your taste; and the strong profile of robusta can be a good thing in a blend when you want a nice pick-me up.
ORGANO provides you both varieties and both taste profiles for a true coffee connoisseur experience, enhanced with antioxidant rich organic Ganoderma lucidum. Awaken your senses and enrich your day with Organo coffee that is as flavorful as it is invigorating.