A rare species of coffee has been found to have a similar flavour to the varieties favoured by coffee growers for their high quality – but it is also more tolerant of the higher temperatures and more varied rainfall that are becoming increasingly typical of coffee-growing regions.
Many types of coffees favoured for their taste only grow in a narrow range of conditions, meaning they might not survive if temperatures increase. In fact, around 60 per cent of wild coffee species are facing extinction.
Coffea stenophylla may offer a solution. Farmers stopped cultivating …
Existing subscribers, please log in with your email address to link your account access.
Inclusive of applicable taxes (VAT)