Liberica is basically a coffee plant species that comes as third in importance between commercially produced coffees just behind Arabica that includes typica coffee, bourbon coffee heirloom and robusta, as well as excelsa. Liberica coffee trees usually have large leaves and grow up to 18 meters tall, with a leathery surface and also large seeds (coffee beans). Liberica coffee beans are grown primarily in Malaysia and West Africa. However, liberica isn’t as much widely grown as Robusta coffee plants or Arabica coffee plants because of its aroma characteristics and inferior flavor in comparison to the other coffee types and varieties. People who has actually tried java coffee beans or lima coffee beans may find these liberica beans much more tastefully intrinsic with a much finer color than the other two.