Coffea arabica

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Coffea arabica

(1) Coffee, see there. 
(2) Coffea, see there.
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Upon taking a closer look, the researchers found that coffee's caffeine enzymes are more closely related to other genes within the coffee plant than to caffeine enzymes in tea and chocolate.
It is necessary to prevent drops from being carried by the wind and, consequently, from contacting the leaves of coffee plants.
The first batch of coffee plants was shipped in 1706 to the Hortus Botanicus in Amsterdam.
LeCafe is the owner of real estate such as buildings and warehouses that will serve as a logistics center for Strauss's activity in Russia, and as an area where Strauss Coffee will set up a wholly-owned R&G coffee plant.
They are located between the tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, the area of the world where coffee plants are grown [see map].
A mature coffee plant generally yields about a pound of roasted beans per year.
The coffee plant was first exploited in the ninth century by Arabian physicians in north Africa and the Middle East, as well as parts of India, where the beans were first ground up and then infused in water.
Production of the brands, which generated sales of 37m [pounds sterling] in 2003 and are highly profitable, will be transferred from Kraft's coffee plant in Banbury to Premier Foods' Knighton plant in Staffordshire.
1713 Dutch bring coffee plant as gift to Louis XIV of France.
Q I WAS given a tiny coffee plant and after several years it flowered and produced a green bean which turned red.