Coffee Variety Rediscovered in Sierra Leone

Coming soon… from a West African wild coffee plant thought to have died out, in 50 years or less, “Coffea stenophylla” will probably be paying affectionate homage to the mummified Arabica and Robusta bushes, species that are not at all certain to withstand the coming climate crises.

Coffea stenophylla, rediscovered in Sierra Leone, is considered to be wild, granted, but endowed with undeniable aromatic qualities; that’s the analysis of researchers at Kew Royal Botanic Gardens in the UK, who were “blown away by the amazing taste”

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-56804147

https://www.franceinter.fr/une-nouvelle-espece-de-cafe-bientot-dans-nos-tasses

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