Good morning, Hearters!

breakfast, chill, and chocolate image black, coffee, and cup image
black coffee, blue, and business image

As a big coffee lover I have decided to share some interesting facts and information about the different types of coffee road, brewing and coffee drinks. Since there is a lot of info to share with you I will write it in a couple of articles. Here is the Part I of Know your coffee. Hope you like it and have an amazing morning reading it.

coffee, monday, and mood image coffee image
coffee image

Coffee roast 👈

Roasting brings out the aroma and flavor that is locked inside the green coffee beans. A green bean has none of the characteristics of a roasted bean -- it’s soft and spongy to the bite and smells grassy. Roasting causes chemical changes to take place as the beans are rapidly brought to very high temperatures. When they reach the peak of perfection, they are quickly cooled to stop the process. Roasted beans smell like coffee, and weigh less because the moisture has been roasted out. They are crunchy to the bite, ready to be ground and brewed.

article, coffee love, and know your coffee image
For more information:

Arabica ⚡ Robusta 👈

article, coffee, and coffee love image article, coffee, and coffee love image
The Arabica coffee bean is oval, light brown and bigger than the Robusta one. It also has a curved centre cut. The Robusta coffee bean is round, dark brown and smaller than the arabica one. It has a straight centre cut.
article, coffee, and coffee love image
  • Arabica - 70% of the world production VS. Robusta - 30% of the world production.
  • Different taste and aroma. Arabica is mild and aromatic VS. Robusta bitter taste due to more caffeine in the Robusta beans than in Arabica ones.
article, coffee, and coffee love image
Arabica beans produced more mild and balanced flavour. Robusta beans are more commonly use in instant coffee.
article, coffee, and coffee love image
What contains the Robusta bean and what the Arabica one. Know what are you drinking. :)

More information


  • Origin - Ethiopia
  • Cultivating countries - Brazil, Colombia, Honduras


  • Origin - Central and West Africa
  • Cultivating countries - Vietnam, India, Indonesia
  • Robusta coffee plants can grow at lower altitudes and produce fruit more quickly than Arabica ones.

If you like this article and you find it interesting and helpful please give a heart of support. If you a coffee lover as me give it a 😍.

Also you can check out my Coffee collection for more of your favourite drink.

You can see when the other parts of "Know your coffee" are out or just check my other Articles here :