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Can I find an information/source for the characteristics for each coffee beans per origins ?

for example the acidity level, flavors, aroma , etc for Brazilia-Santos, Harrar, Djimmah , etc.. ?

And the names of the coffee beans per each country ? For example Ethiopia : Harrar Sidamo Djimmah Yirgacheffee

etc ?

  • Hi Zahaby, welcome to Coffee SE. May I offer to check the tags before asking a new question? There is a relevant discussion here. After checking this, you may want to refine your question. – MTSan Oct 17 '18 at 8:45
  • There is this book which is called "The world atlas of coffee" and it has exactly the information you are looking for. – avocado1 Oct 19 '18 at 8:45
  • Thanks very much @MTSan I will take care later in my new posts. – Zahaby Oct 25 '18 at 17:48
  • @avocado1 Thanks very much I ordered it – Zahaby Oct 25 '18 at 17:49
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I roast at home the coffee I brew and I find really helpful descriptions of the cultivars from the vendor I purchase my green bean from, Sweet Maria's. I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for and I'm reluctant to post a link to a commercial site, but I think they're easily found if you'd like to see if they have the kind of information you're looking for.

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With respect to Arabica coffee beans grown in Brazil, the world's largest coffee producer and exporter, there are many varietals. Presently, the most popular seem to be: Acaia, Catucai, Rubi and Arara. Don't forget that most farms have a few of these varietals and therefore their beans represent a blend of the former.

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