Yes, this really is the same plant that grows the beans that make your morning brew (if you’re a coffee drinker). However, it’s rather unlikely you’ll get enough beans from a houseplants to make a cup of coffee. Sorry! It’s still a beautiful plant to have around your home. It has glossy, green, wavy leaves.
Coffee plants like to stay warm and with enough light it may flower and produce red berries. Keep a coffee plant well-watered but not standing in a puddle of water. High humidity is necessary, so place it on a pebble tray. Fun fact, this plant doesn’t like to be touched much, plus it’s toxic to cats and dogs. So keep it out of high traffic areas and away from your pets. Repot your coffee plant every spring, stepping up the pot size each year.