Customers nowadays want more transparent information about their coffee, much as the wine industry experienced some time ago. Naming the variety is becoming standard in the coffee industry. How do these coffee plants look? What is the difference between them? Our trainers and farmers from all over the coffee world will introduce them. We plan to add more content to this section and keep it constantly growing.

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Cattura (1:27) and (0:50)

Willem introduces the Cattura variety.

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Maragogipe (1:53)

Willem introduces the Maragogipe variety.

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Geisha (1:36)

Willem introduces the Geisha variety.

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Typica (2:14)

Willem introduces the Typica variety.

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San Ramon (1:05)

Jose Raul introduces the rare San Ramon variety.

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Pacamara (1:04)

Kelly Hartmann introduces the Pacamara variety.

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Pache (1:04)

Kelly Hartmann introduces the Pache variety.

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Yellow Catuai (0:40)

Kelly Hartmann introduces Yellow Catuai variety.

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Green tip, bronz tip Geisha plant (2:03)

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