The world is dominated by two coffee varieties arabica and robusta, the ratio in which coffees are grown in the world is 70 to 30 in favor of Arabica coffee. Is arabica coffee better? Looking at the ratio, coffee drinkers answer unequivocally. Arabica is better than robusta. First of all this is due to the richer taste. Arabica coffee is a true richness of coffee, it contains more sugars and fats and this makes its taste more delicate and contains more nuances. Arabica coffee is admired by lovers of fruity notes, citrus or forest berries. Arabica beans vary, so it is advisable to study the description of the specific coffee and compare it with your own taste. Arabica is milder than robusta and contains less caffeine. However, choosing between arabica and robusta is only the beginning of deciding which coffee to buy in the store. In our coffee shop, you will find a great variety of arabica coffees. In Poland, the most popular is arabica coffee from Brazil, the source of coffee considered to be one of the mildest coffees in the world, which is why we encourage all of you who are beginning your adventure with freshly roasted coffee - roasted to order - to buy this coffee, the medium roast. For those of you who are looking for a coffee full of nuance, we suggest trying one of our Central American coffees; such as the coffee from Nicaragua or Panama. All of these coffees are offered to you as beans or ground coffees.