Definitions

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  • n. A kind of coffee bean, one that develops alone in the cherry rather than with a second seed and thus has a more oval shape.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The so-called male coffee-berry.

Etymologies

pea +‎ berry (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • "peaberry" -- as well as milling machinery for making the coffee as clean as possible before it is roasted.

    All About Coffee

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  • Tanzanian peaberry coffee beans, freshly brewed with a simple Krup machine, are near perfect for curing AM grogginess.

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  • The ambrosial kenyan peaberry in my cup makes me forgive it's less then Nectar like roasting aroma.

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  • I conjured up thoughts of a giant steaming bowl of chili, my favorite snickerdoodle cookies hot from the oven, and a huge scalding pot of Mimo's contraband New Guinea peaberry coffee.

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  • The coffee berry bearing this name is of the peaberry variety -- that is, only one of the two seeds within the husk comes to maturity.

    Wealth of the World's Waste Places and Oceania

  • Some few drupes contain three, while others, at the outer ends of the branches, contain only one round bean, known as the peaberry.

    All About Coffee

  • The screens are made to grade the beans into large and small peaberry; large, medium, and small flat beans; brokens; and other commercial sizes.

    All About Coffee

  • The peaberry coffee rolls about so nicely in the pan that they get a much more uniform roast.

    All About Coffee

  • In Brittany the demand is for peaberry coffee, no matter of what variety.

    All About Coffee

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