Arabic Coffee Product Description:
Arabic coffee from Liwa Roastery comes up with a delicious taste and blended with flavors. The specialty of this coffee beans is that they are made with a faster preparation techniques. This product is available in 1 KG variants.
Legends have it that the coffee was first discovered by the shepherds of Arabia. Later, the Arabs started using these to make energy drinks.
The coffee culture of Arabs predates that of the west by centuries.
Emphasizing the importance of preserving these traditions, UNESCO added the Arabic Coffee and Majlis to its list of Intangible Cultural Heritages in 2015.
Arabica is considered the merlot of coffee, it has a mild taste, and to coffee drinkers, it can be described to have a sweetness, that is light and airy, like the mountains it comes from. Well-known Italian coffee grower Ernesto Illy wrote in the June 2002 issue of Scientific American:
“Arabica is a medium-to low-wielding. Rather delicate tree from five to six meters tall that requires a temperate climate and considerable growing care. Coffee made from arabica beans has an intense, intricate aroma that can be reminiscent of flowers, fruit, honey, chocolate, caramel or toasted bread. Its caffeine content never exceeds 1.5 percent by weight. Because of its superior quality and taste, arabica sells for a higher price than its hardy, rougher cousin”
Arabica takes about seven years to mature fully. The plant can tolerate low temperatures, but not frost. Two to four years after planting, the arabica plant produces small, white, highly fragrant flowers. The sweet fragrance resembles the sweet smell of jasmine flowers.
After pruning, berries begin to appear. The berries are dark green like the leaves until they begin to ripen, at first to yellow and then light red and finally darkening to a glossy, deep red. The prize of the berries is the beans inside, usually two per berry.
1) No Calories
Load up on Arabic coffee as much as you like, because Arabic coffee is almost free of any calories.
2) Loaded With Anti-Oxidants
One of the major benefits of Arabic coffee, is that it contains antioxidants like Vitamin E which helps reduce the risk of infections and diseases.
3) It’s A Great Way To Stay Hydrated
Another important benefit of Arabic coffee which is super important during Ramadan, is that is helps keep you hydrated. Arabic coffee is 95% water.
4) Contains Less Caffeine Than Coffee Beans
Don’t worry about indulging in a cup of coffee late at night, as the percentage of caffeine in Arabic coffee is much less than normal coffee. In fact, due to the little amount of caffeine, this means it’s much healthier than regular black coffee.
5) Reduces Risk Of Diabetes
To add onto the benefits of Arabic coffee, it has been proven to lower the risk of developing diabetes and cancer.