Coffea arabica is the mother of all arabica trees.
Originally located in Yemen, the coffee cherries started being subject of trade early 16th century.
Through the busy Yemeni port of Mocha to avoid the inhabitable desert of Arabia (now known as Saudi Arabia), arrived to the colonized land by the British empire, coffee was often being offered to the ruler as a gift, alongside with gold and other valuable items of that era.
Later on through Syria and Cyprus coffee reached Italy and France.
A few centuries later COFFEA is part of the Kingdom of Bahrain’s coffee culture.
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