Where did the coffee bean originate?

Answer Popular mythology suggests that the coffee bean was discovered by a shepherd in the southern Arabian Peninsula. However, recent research suggests that the coffee bean first grew in central Ethiopia... Read More »

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What is a fresh coffee bean?

There are two main types of coffee plants that produce the beans used to make most of the world's coffee. The two varieties are: Coffea arabica, also known as "Arabica" and the Coffea canephora, or... Read More »

What is a tarrazu coffee bean?

Tarrazu, like many coffees from around the world, takes its name from the region in which the beans grow. Tarrazu coffee beans grow in the Tarrazu region on the central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.... Read More »

What bean is coffee made from?

Quite simply, coffee is a product of coffee beans. According to the Toomer's Coffee Roasters website, coffee beans come from either the Coffea robusta or Coffea arabica versions of coffee plants.So... Read More »

Coffee bean's ice blended?

Coffee ice blended should be very similar to a frappuccino. If you want just coffee and ice, usually you would ask for Iced Coffee.