Recent Examples of arabica from the Web
The coffea arabica tree, the species that produces 70 percent of the world’s coffee, likes to be at between 64 and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, a range usually found in the highlands of equator-hugging countries like Brazil and Indonesia.
Land suitable to grow the arabica beans favored by Starbucks Corp. and other specialty roasters will be cut in half worldwide by 2050, according to the World Coffee Research institute, a group sponsored by the industry.
Leaf rust, a fungal disease that affects both arabica and robusta plants, is also devastating the industry.
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Origin and Etymology of arabica
First Known Use: 1882See Words from the same year
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