Varieties of Coffee
Courtesy Of Counter Culture Coffee
Thanks for sharing! kingdom, phylum, class, order, family genus and species. that’s end, that is how we classify an organism. no variety after species, no offence. haha!
Very informative. Thanks.
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This video was amazing!
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Excellent, educational video on one of my favorite topics – coffee. But whoever did the recording really screwed up the audio, for shame…
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by the time you finished watching the video, I already drank all your coffees
Very interesting and seemingly comprehensive explanation. Now to figure out how to find the coffees discussed in small quantities for experiencing the varieties.
This video is a jewel. Great Job. Looking forward for some ethiopian coffee.
it’s kinda frustrating when you can tell that the video is filmed in high quality but you get a 360p version of it
This video was so informative and made easy to understand. Thank you so much!
As a newbie to the coffee world, I find this video clear, logical and engaging. It definitely deepened my understanding. Personally I like it way better than the Asher Yaron TED Talk, since the latter is more subjective and desperately need more supporting evidence.
I would love to see more videos like this one being posted!
My only question is: why you focus more on Honduras and Salvadorian coffees. being Guatemalan, Costa Rican and Panamenians very complex and varied too?
I want like this video twice ,…
perfect for real coffee lovers…
Where do the best coffees come from? Which varieties are best?
thanks for this lovely video.
Wonderful information, thanks a lot!
I’m really interested in coffee from Mexico. I love the milk chocolate, butter, nut, and floral flavor profiles of coffee grown in Oaxaca. What can you tell me about the genetics of these coffee plants. Thanks!
Good job! very informative, especially on the Typica varieties and their hybrids. I am glad to see the growing interest in quality coffee. It is one of the great pleasures in life. And I am fortunate to have had kick-ass second to none premium coffee grown in its (aboriginal) native earth. To think of the coffee people were drinking only 20 years ago! It delivered the caffeine, but nothing to speak of in terms of flavor and aroma.
very repetitive… good but u couldve done much more with the time…
I love coffee
This is more a lesson in botany than about the flavours and uses of coffee varieties. I don’t want to know where a coffee was grown or what its leaves are like, I want to know what it tastes like.
Thank U . i likes coffee so much
Awesome that the history behind so many varieties are talked about- it’s hard to put into perspective how many there are/were/are to come.
I think flavour profiling is a great way to suggest "good" coffee, but whether a certain variety tastes good or not is completely subjective and personal preference! – an example could be like having a favourite colour.
Although taste is subjective, I also think it helps to broaden one’s perspective through expanding one’s palette, to be able to appreciate all of the fine gustatory variations.
Informative and effective presentation on a complex topic. Streamlined
and engaging. Sadly, no room to discuss Fair Trade? The subtopic would
have been appropriate to mention considering Ethiopian origin and
abject poverty of nations producing an astoundingly affluent crop.
Generally, people do not even realize Fair Trade issues, especially when
your morphology is "geeky," and that is immediately perceived of as über cool and socially just. Please do not waste opportunities to raise the concern.
interesting, very interesting!
Cool video. Thanks for sharing. Do you know where can I watch more educational videos about coffee? Thanks!
I trade in coffee, both green and roasted, I have been at it for 2 years now and Ethiopia coffee leads the pack.
This is very informative!
Varieties is not a scientific term.. this is bs psuedoscience. Scientifically it ends at species. Varieties is just a moniker to differentiate based on characteristics. NOT genetics as this dude suggests.. Tsk tsk counter culture for making shit up.
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Who would dislike this? this is amazing!
i do love the way you exlain correctly, thank for share more knowladge!!
I think with the devastation of coffee plantations due to leaf rust, hemealia vastatrix in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) the cultivations shifted to canoferas and to the new world. In early 18s this island was producing premium arabicas and was the major expoter then.
Nice introduction to different coffee varieties. You say that robusta has flavour issues, but it’s still used together with arabica in many espresso mixes. How comes?
nothing is mentioned here about some vietnamese arabica varieties grown in the northern highlands
It’s called varieties of coffee and is introduced that way at the beginning.
Nice video and effort.
Some small corrections: You pronounced Maragojipe and Caturra like a Spanish speaker. In Brazil/Portuguese, it’d be Mara-go-jeep-y and Ca-too-ha.
Edit: Also Mundo Nuovo should be Mundo Novo since you said they were called this "after the Portuguese words." In this case Nuovo is the Italian spelling.
Wow…thank you very much! Cannot get more informative than that!
Fantastic video. Very interesting.
Thanks for making this! Clearly took tons of work
i dream of one day going to ethiopia and kenya to see different coffee producers, yirgacheffe was my first coffee that blew me away and those two countries have since become my favorite origins
Someone should write a book about the different varieties of coffee that exist in Ethiopia and give them names. Had Carl von Linné been there he had surely given them names.
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