The Maragopype 928 is a natural variation of Arabica Typica discovered in the town of Maragopype, Bahia State, Brazil in 1870. It is a very tall plant, large, bold beans. The “928” is yet a further variation on conventional Maragopype due to very wide branch and leaf bud spacing which allows one to see right through the plant. This particular 928 varietal has pink cherries (rather than red) a natural mutation occurring at Coffea Diversa’s high altitude plantation in Costa Rica. Highly susceptible to coffee leaf rust and extremely low-yielding. Honey processed. Taste profile: Sweet and fruity aroma, velvety body, high tangerine acidity. Great balance with hints of apricot and peach.