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Kaàpeh, Arabica coffee beans
Kaàpeh,  Arabica coffee beans

Kaàpeh, Arabica coffee beans

Try Our Arabica Whole Bean Coffee

This delightful coffee, with a hint of acidity, is the perfect companion for a morning wake-up: it's smooth and refreshing.

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How to Enjoy Your Arabica Whole Bean Coffee

To prepare Arabica whole bean coffee, grind the beans just before brewing to preserve their freshness and aroma. Use a medium-fine grind for a drip coffee machine or a fine grind for a French press or espresso machine. Measure about 7 to 10 grams of coffee per cup of water according to your taste. Heat the water to 90-95°C and pour it slowly over the ground coffee. Let it steep for 4 to 5 minutes, then filter or press as desired. To accompany your Arabica whole bean coffee, opt for flavors that complement its delicate and balanced aromas. Light pastries such as croissants, madeleines, or shortbread cookies are excellent choices for their crispy texture and sweetness that pair perfectly with the subtlety of the coffee. You can also choose fresh fruits like berries or citrus, which bring a touch of freshness and contrast.

Aromas of Kàapeh Coffee

Its aromatic profile is distinguished by subtle and complex notes, combining delicate floral aromas with hints of ripe fruits and chocolate. In the mouth, Kàapeh's Arabica coffee reveals a sweet and balanced flavor, with subtle acidity and a velvety finish.

Botanical Exploration of Arabica Coffee

Arabica coffee, known scientifically as Coffea arabica, is a species of coffee tree native to the highlands of Ethiopia. It belongs to the Rubiaceae family. Arabica coffee is characterized by its evergreen shrub, which can reach up to 5 meters in height in its natural environment. Its leaves are dark green and glossy, while its flowers are white and emit a sweet and delicate fragrance. The fruits of Arabica coffee, called cherries, are oval-shaped and bright red when ripe. Inside each cherry are two coffee beans, wrapped in sweet pulp. These seeds, once roasted and ground, produce Arabica whole bean coffee.

Arabica Coffee, from Legend to Cup

According to legend, a shepherd in Ethiopia discovered coffee after observing the agitated behavior of his goats after consuming the fruits of a certain shrub. He shared this discovery with the local Sufi community, who began preparing a decoction of the beans to stay awake during prayer. In the 16th century, Arabica coffee was introduced to Arabia, from where it gets its name. The Arabs are known for roasting coffee and spreading it to cities in the Middle East. Since then, this variety of coffee has spread worldwide, particularly in Central and South America. Today, Arabica coffee remains one of the most beloved and consumed coffee varieties worldwide.

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Allergen Absence
Native country MEXIQUE
Genus and botanical species Coffea arabica
Ingredients coffee bean
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