2020
DOI: 10.25186/.v15i.1711
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Abstract: Most of the Western Amazon coffee production is made from growing unregistered clones, selected by the coffee growers themselves. The aim of this study is to evaluate the sensory profile and genetic diversity of the most cultivated Coffea canephora clones in the Western Amazon. Coffee samples at cherry stage of the clones 03, 05, 08, 25 and 66 were collected at eight municipalities in the main coffee growing zones, with altitudes ranging from 86 to 381 meters. Beverage quality was evaluated according to the Ro… Show more

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“…Other studies also indicate that the correlation between coffee yield and beverage quality is low, or nonexistent (Freitas et al, 2020). In C. canephora, Dalazen et al, (2020) observed that the most cultivated clones in the state of Rondônia due to their higher productive potential, show little difference in beverage quality. Selecting clones in the same region, Teixeira et al (2020) also did not observe an association between coffee yield and beverage quality.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Other studies also indicate that the correlation between coffee yield and beverage quality is low, or nonexistent (Freitas et al, 2020). In C. canephora, Dalazen et al, (2020) observed that the most cultivated clones in the state of Rondônia due to their higher productive potential, show little difference in beverage quality. Selecting clones in the same region, Teixeira et al (2020) also did not observe an association between coffee yield and beverage quality.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…Besides the tradition in coffee cultivation, the Amazonian climate, soil, fauna, and flora contribute to the uniqueness of this coffee (Embrapa, 2021). Because of the region's edaphoclimatic factors, the robusta coffee prospered, and it is the focus of the GI's production (Caferon, 2022; Dalazen et al, 2020).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%