The world’s biggest coffee bean is called ‘Nicaragua Maragogype’.
Maragogype is a mutated version of the Typica plant which produces huge leaves, large berries and, of course, big coffee beans.
Due to the size of the coffee plant, the crops yield is not sufficient to create a big enough income for farmers although the bean is of a higher quality due to the concentration of nutrients it gets, so it’s quite rare to find.
The coffee bean creates a well bodied clean flavoured coffee with a slight acidic punch.
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