Definition of Liberian coffee
1. Noun. Small tree of West Africa.
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Literary usage of Liberian coffee
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1. The Chemistry of Common Life by James Finlay Weir Johnston, Arthur Herbert Church (1880)
"Varieties of coffee: liberian coffee.—Effects of the infusion of coffee.—It exalts the nervous life, and lessens the waste of the system. ..."
2. Travels in West Africa, Congo Français, Corisco and Cameroons by Mary Henrietta Kingsley (1904)
"... liberian coffee. of our medlar tree, only darker and richer green, the berries set close to the stem, those that are ripe, a rich crimson ; these trees, ..."
3. Tropical Agriculture: The Climate, Soils, Cultural Methods, Crops, Live by Earley Vernon Wilcox (1916)
"The liberian coffee thrives at lower elevations than the common varieties ... This species grows faster than the liberian coffee and the leaves are thinner. ..."
4. Liberia by Harry Hamilton Johnston, Otto Stapf (1906)
"At one time liberian coffee was greatly appreciated in the European markets, and for many years averaged the high price of £5 per cwt. ..."
5. Tropical Agriculture: A Treatise on the Culture, Preparation, Commerce and by Peter Lund Simmonds (1889)
"Different estimates have been given of the production of the liberian coffee trees. It has been stated that if properly cultivated they ought to average 3 ..."
6. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1877)
"In the matter of liberian coffee, the wide and general extension of this new kind in coffee-growing countries bids fair, in many parts, ..."