Question by Kay: If you live in the us, what do you think about Arabica coffee?
Is it better than Starbucks?
Answer by jc
But 80% of the coffee produced is Arabica.
So most of the coffee we buy is Arabica.
Keep in mind that the roaster is very important( just as important as the bean).
Good coffee+ bad roaster= bad coffee and so on.
Most Colombian( if not all) is Arabica.
Arabica is not a destination IE Brazil, Costa Rica, Kenya etc etc, it is a coffee type( bean type) grown in many places
Your missing it here.
Chances are Starbucks is using Arabica.
It’s just a type of bean.
Most beans are “Arabica”.
It’s the roaster that is just as important( the person who roasts the beans) and I think “Starbucks” overdoes it a little.
I find their coffee a little burnt and bitter( a sign of over roasting).
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