a coffee tree, Coffea canephora, native to western tropical Africa and cultivated in warm regions of the Old World.
the seed of this plant.
the coffee made from the seeds.
- Also called ro·bus·ta.
- Compare arabica coffee.
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How to use robusta coffee in a sentence
As Bloomberg reports, containers of robusta coffee — used in Nescafé and other instant coffees — were among the delayed cargo, and the canal supports almost all of the coffee beans that Europe imports.The fallout from the Suez Canal ship is coming to a store near you | Hilary George-Parkin | April 2, 2021 | Vox
For the rehabilitation of the Philippine coffee industry robusta coffee appears more promising at present than any other kind.
However, it seems that a satisfactory substitute has been discovered in the robusta coffee.
In Java, where robusta coffee is more extensively planted than anywhere else, permanent shade is considered advisable.
All readers who are interested in planting robusta coffee are cordially invited to communicate with the Bureau of Agriculture.
robusta coffee is by some authorities regarded as inferior in quality to Arabian coffee.