When it comes to coffee, the word peaberry describes the coffee bean itself, not the origin or variety. Also referred to as caracol (Spanish for snail), peaberry coffee is a naturally occurring mutation present in arabica and robusta coffee varieties where only one bean develops inside of the coffee cherry instead of two.
What is the difference between coffee cherries and peaberries?
What is the difference between two-seeded coffee and peaberries?
Because peaberries are the only seed inside the coffee cherry, they tend to be smaller, rounder, and denser than their two-seeded counterparts. These characteristics can affect how evenly the bean roasts, which can affect the flavor.
What does Estate Reserve Peaberry coffee taste like?
Dark Roast Estate Reserve Peaberry: Intense and lively with a pleasantly dry and smoky character when settled. Medium Roast Estate Reserve Peaberry: An arousing cup of coffee with a sweet fragrance and bright, citrusy flavor notes. It is a coffee brimming with tropical sunshine!