A Long-Lost Coffee Bean Could Change The Whole Coffee Industry A new discovery is ready to turn the coffee industry upside-down – a coffee plant believed to have been extinct for more than 60 years. A rare Stenophylla coffee plant was recently discovered in the Sierra Leone region of West Africa. Experts say the beans are of “high quality and excellent flavor”. Stenophylla coffee was commonplace in the early 20th century, but has since been mostly replaced by Robusta and Arabica beans. But botanists are hoping this long-lost crop can revitalize the Sierra Leone’s coffee industry. Are you a ‘coffee snob’? What’s your preferred style?
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