12 oz / 340g - Single Origin
Tasting Notes: Chocolate, Slightly Nutty, Light Body, Pleasant Sweetness
Altitude: 1300 MASL
Varietal: Mundo Novo, Red Catuaí, Bourbon,Icatu, Catucaí
Brazil‘s coffee production represents about one third of the entire coffee production making it by far the biggest producer worldwide for the last 150 years. Both Arabica and Robusta are grown, the latter known as Conillon, whereas Arabica clearly dominates with a growing share of ca. 80%. The description Cerrado refers to the region where the coffee is coming from. The Cerrado Mineiro Region is known for producing high quality coffees. Well-defined seasons like a hot, wet summer and pleasantly dry winter is a typical characteristic of the region.
Which grind should you choose?
Fine - Espresso machine, Moka Pot, Turkish Coffee
Medium - Standard Drip Machine, Aeropress
Coarse - French Press, Pour Over, Chemex, V60, Cold Brew
Tried the Brazil roast and really enjoyed the flavour and smoothness as an espresso latte. I prefer chocolate notes in my espresso and this one satisfies for sure! It is my top 2 at Seventh, along with Heisenberg.
I'm slowly working my way through trying all of the flavours but this one is my favourite so far. It's so good that I no longer put sugar in my coffee!
I love love love it! The flavour notes hit all the right spots. I've had other Brazilian beans before and they just weren't for me, but this one hits just right every time. 10/10 would recommend :)
The tasting notes are as described and the coffee is delicious!
Excellent coffee, love the taste and how smooth this brand is. Wonderful coffee!