about coffee grains
There are two basic types of coffee trees: arabika and robusta coffee. Robusta coffee — hardy, highly growing trees which usually grow on lower eminences in tropics. They give coffee more poor quality with a bit sharp knitting taste. Thus, robusta coffee often mix with arabika to disguise its weak aroma. The majority of gourmets not to buy robusta coffee.
Trees, on which Arabika more thin. They grow in high districts, in partially cloudy or shadow climates where coffee grain slowly develops. The mature, red berry of trees usually happens is collected manually. Thus, only the most mature berries pass processing and subsequently become coffee grains.
After harvesting coffee berries are processed to remove from them grains. At this time they are sorted at first by car, and then manually. This process of sorting mutually deletes lacks each other and divides grains on grades. For example, in Colombia, the best 3 grades are a Dictator, Ekskelso, and Milds.
But the processed coffee name «green coffee» and in this form of coffee is exported from countries of origin in 60-or 70-funtovyh bags from a sacking.