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Bourbon coffee bean derivative species: introduction of Kaddura, Verasac, Pacas and bourbon Mayaguis

Published: 2024-07-14 Author:
Last Updated: 2024/07/14, Bourbon Bourbon is one of the most culturally and genetically important Arabica varieties of coffee, famous for its high altitude and excellent quality. But the yield of bourbon is relatively low and is susceptible to major diseases of coffee plants, so it is currently in Latin America by some derived varieties (Kadu).

Bourbon Bourbon is one of the most culturally and genetically important Arabica varieties of coffee, famous for its high altitude and excellent quality. However, the yield of bourbon is relatively low and is vulnerable to major diseases of coffee plants, so it is currently replaced by some derived varieties (Kaddura Caturra, Kaduai Catuai and New World Mundo Novo, etc.) in Latin America. However, bourbon is still grown in Brazil, Guatemala, El Salvador and other coffee-growing countries. Therefore, there are many derivative varieties of bourbon on the market.

Kaddura Caturra Kaddura is a natural variety of bourbon. Because of a single gene mutation, plants grow smaller and can be planted more densely, about 5000-6000 plants per hectare, and have the same excellent quality as bourbon. Kaddura is currently grown in Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras and Panama. Kaddura is also one of the parents of the Katim variety, which Kaddura crossed with the Timorese variety Timor, which is resistant to leaf rust. There are also many Kaddura varieties of coffee beans on the front street, such as the coffee beans of Flower Moon Night in Sandogatin, Colombia, which are treated by anaerobic sun treatment. When you cook with the ratio of V60 and 15, you will smell strong aromas of strawberries and fermented wine, with peach, chocolate and tropical fruit flavors in the mouth, with a smooth taste like drinking fruit wine.

Verasage villa sarchi is a variety found in Costa Rica in the 1950s or 1960s. The natural variety of bourbon also has a single gene mutation that causes plants to become smaller. In addition to intensive planting, Verasaki is also resistant to wind and rain and is not easy to fall, and can adapt to planting at high elevations. At present, it is mainly grown in Costa Rica, although

Pacas pacas Pacas is a natural variety of bourbon, with a single gene mutation like other bourbon varieties, so plants are smaller and can be planted more closely with other plants, so the yield is higher. The Pacas variety was first discovered in 1949 on a farm owned by the Pacas family in the Santa Ana region of El Salvador (hence the name Pacas). At present, it is mainly grown in El Salvador and Honduras. At present, Qianjie stores also have imported Parkas varieties of coffee beans. A coffee bean processed in a sherry barrel from Honduras. The coffee varieties are Kaddura, Kaduai and Pacas. When boiled with V60BI 1JU 15, it will smell like vanilla cream, with whisky, berries, almonds and dark chocolate on the palate, with a maple-like finish.

The bourbon Mayaguis BM71/139 is a bourbon variety introduced by Puerto Rico from Central America through the USDA seed collection and grown in the Mayaguus region of Puerto Rico. Later, the breed group in Mayaguis was introduced to Rwanda, where some coffee mother species were selected through variety breeding and selection, of which Bourbon Mayaguis 71Candle 139 was one of them. Although the yield of this variety is not as high as bourbon and is vulnerable to the major diseases of coffee, it can be grown at lower elevations and is now mainly grown in Rwanda and Burundi.

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