Mozambique Coffee Beans

Region: South Africa
Profile: Smoky, liquorice
Production: 1.7 million lbs (<0.1% global production)
Global Rank: 58
Varieties: 11% Arabica, 88% Robusta, 1% Liberica

Mozambique Coffee Overview

Mozambique doesn’t grow much coffee and grows a higher percentage of Robusta than most of its East African neighbors. The country does have a wild variety of coffee called Coffea racemosa, otherwise known as Mozambique coffee, that grows well on shady mountain slopes around 4,500 feet above sea level. This Mozambique coffee variety is also grown in Zimbabwe and South Africa, neither of which is a major coffee producer.

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