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[dropcap]W[/dropcap]e have always loved coffee. And over the years, our interest & passion for coffee kept growing. We are passionate in learning coffee and always trying to produce better crop each year.
We discussed a lot about Nepal coffee. We grown only Arabica in Nepal but there are various varieties especially the Pacamara and the Bourbon. Today we found a very interesting article exploring distinctive characteristics of bourbon & pacamara coffee. Below is the article from Salvadoran Coffee Council and we would like to share with you. Enjoy reading with a cup of coffee!

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