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Coffee 101 Part 2

· BOURBON – aside from Typica, the other major variety of Coffea Arabica is Bourbon, which was first transplanted by French traders from Yemen to the island of Bourbon (now known as La Réunion) in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of Africa. From there, it was brought to Brazil in the mid-1800s where it quickly gained in popularity, replacing Typica trees.

Bourbon is now found throughout the Americas as well as East Africa.The two most common strains of Bourbon are Yellow Bourbon (Amarelo) and Red (Vermelho) Bourbon.Lesser known are the Pink and Orange varieties.Bourbons tend to have wider leaves and rounder cherries than Typicas.They are also more shrub-like in appearance with thicker stems that grow more


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