The beans of the Coffea canephora plant, which has its origins in Africa, are used to make Robusta coffee.
Robusta coffee, which is notoriously bitter, is typically used to make instant coffee, espresso, and as a filler in some ground coffee blends. The majority of instant coffees are made with Robusta coffee beans, which have nearly twice as much caffeine than Arabica coffee beans. The majority of the biggest commercial coffee roasters in the world use a lot of Robusta beans.
Robusta coffee beans taste stronger and harsher than arabica because they have more caffeine and less sugar than arabica beans. They typically have more acidity than Robusta beans, giving them a wine-like flavour. Robusta beans, in comparison, might have a more pronounced woody and nutty flavour. It has greater hardiness, disease resistance, and yield-improving properties.
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