Coffee Origin

Brazil

Brazil is the world’s largest producing country and employs highly sophisticated cultivation techniques that ensure consistency and cup quality.

Furthermore, the Brazilian coffee industry has devoted substantial research into cup quality geared specifically at designing coffees for use in espresso, which makes them an ideal base for practically every espresso application. Brazilian coffees are usually nutty, low in acidity, sweet and kick through with a dark chocolate aftertaste.

BRASIL SUL DE MINAS NATURAL ARABICA SCR 16/18

Region:
Sul de Minas
Farm:
Fazenda Conquista
Producer:
Cafés do Brasil
Elevation:
780 – 1350 m
Varietal:
Mundo Novo, Red Catuai
Processing:
Dry Natural
Harvest:
June - August
Cup profile:
Sweet, creamy but light with low acidity a round mouthfeel, floral and nut-like aroma with berries.

BRASIL SUL DE MINAS ARABICA WASHED SCR 16/18

Region:
Sul de Minas
Farm:
Fazenda Capoeirinha
Producer:
Cafés do Brasil
Elevation:
780 – 1350 m
Varietal:
Acaiá, Mundo Novo
Processing:
Fully Washed
Harvest:
May - July
Cup profile:
Bright and light with a moderate citric acid presence and thin body.

BRASIL MINAS GERAIS ARABICA WASHED SCR 17/18

Region:
Minas Gerais (North)
Farm:
Fazenda Vereda d'Agua
Producer:
Cafés do Brasil
Elevation:
900 – 950 m
Varietal:
Yellow Catuai
Processing:
Fully Washed
Harvest:
June - August
Cup profile:
Bright and clear with an intense sweetness, taste and hint of lemon or lime.