Light : Dappled or indirect light will make this one happy. They don’t like full sun as they’re used to being under canopy plants in the wild.
Water: Don’t let your soil dry out completely. We’re talking moist but not wet. They like moisture and won’t appreciate soil that is dry.
Humidity: A rainforest dweller this chap likes it moist, putting him in the bathroom, grouped with other plants or misting him will keep him sweet.
Temperature: Definitely keep him out of a draught, but your normal warm household temperature will be fine. He will grow quicker at higher temperatures but if you want to grow some coffee beans then you need to take it slow and give your plant time to mature.
Food: You can feed this one all year round if you’d like. Every couple of weeks in the warmer months with weak liquid fertiliser. Once the colder months arrive, cut right back – if you think he needs it you can feed him once a month, two months.
Toxicity: Don’t eat this plant. That is all. The only bit not toxic is the actual coffee beans.