French coffee - robusta?
I have never been able to duplicate the flavour of the coffee one has for
breakfast in French hotels - a sort of bitter, smoky, strong, eye-opening
taste. Is it because the beans were possibly robusta?
I have bought coffee from their supermarkets, only to find that out later
that they were a blend of arabica and the flavour was not the same.
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