This is one of the most important varieties, as its genetics are part of so many other amazing coffees, Itself can produce high cup quality but is also very susceptible to coffee disease.
It has bronze-tipped young leaves, and the fruit and seeds are large
Few farmers grow straightforward Typica. Instead, many grow varieties that are cultivars of Typica linage due to the disease and yield.
Some of the most popular linage varieties that are from Typica are below
These can be seen on our coffee varieties picture map link
A study from world coffee research has quoted “It is known by many names, including most famously Jamaica Blue Mountain. Others include Criollo (Creole), Indio (Indian), Arábigo (Arabica), Plume Hidalgo, and Sumatra.”
Tracing Typica back can take you all the way back to 1670 where the first seeds were taken to India from Yemen. To learn more about the history of Typica check out the World Coffee research
Typica coffee is a great cup and has an amazing story.