So, like the previous answer said, the vast majority of of coffee beans comes from two types of coffee: coffea arabica and coffea robusta or coffea canephoria. However, more than 3/4 of the coffe beans sold comes from coffea arabica.
The other species of coffee beans are the following: Coffea benghalensis, Bengal coffee; Coffea congensis, Congo coffee; Coffea liberica, Liberian coffee; Coffea stenophylla, Sierra Leonian coffee; Coffea excelsia, another Liberian coffee; Coffea bonnieri; Coffea gallienii; and Coffea mogeneti. Let it be known that these are quite rare as exports. I think the Liberian coffee beans are more easier to find as an export.
Yes, the Arabica coffee is more popular as a flavor and has many different variaties to suit people’s fancy. South America and Central America are large exporters for Arabica coffee beans. However, it’s often said the best coffe beans from India.
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