Recent Examples of robusta from the Web
Arabica makes up about 60 percent of global coffee supplies, with lower-quality robusta beans accounting for the rest.
Unfortunately, robusta is uniformly acknowledged to not taste that great.
While some coffee roasters add robusta to their highly secretive blends, premium brands are typically 100 percent mild arabica.
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 robusta
First Known Use: 1909See Words from the same year
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