Coffee — whether it's hot, cold, gourmet or plain-Jane — is prepared from the roasted seeds of the coffee plant and is available in a mind-boggling array of different varieties. The two most commercially available are coffea robusta and coffea Arabica. The sturdy, disease-resistant coffea robusta, which thrives at lower altitudes, produces beans with a harsher, more single-dimensional flavor than the more sensitive coffea arabica, which grows at high altitudes (3,000 ...

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