District: CerradoRegion: Minas GeraisVariety: Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Red and Yellow Catuai, TopazioAltitude: 800-1200 metersWater source: Mountain Natural SpringVariety: 100% ArabicaCoffee Screen Size: 15Processing: fully wet washed
Origin StoryBrazil is the largest coffee producing country in the world. The Cerrado region in the South West of the country dominates 21% of the country’s overall land mass and has the perfect weather conditions for coffee cultivation. Cerrado's climate is typical of the wetter savanna regions of the world, with a semi-humid tropical climate. The Cerrado is limited to two dominant seasons throughout the year, wet and dry. Annual temperatures for the region average between 22 and 27 °C and average precipitation between 800–2000 mm for over 90% of the area. The relatively flat topography of the Cerrado region makes it possible to utilize mechanical harvesting while also assuring some consistency of quality in choosing the optimal time to pick the coffee beans, which generally do not ripen all at once - different fruit ripen at different times over a period of one to four months. Typically, Brazilian coffee is grown on mountainside "fincas" (farms) at 400 to 1600 meters above sea level. Our Cerrado Arabica is sweet, slightly nutty, with slight citric acidity, but a smooth and velvety body.
Cup Profile: Sweet, slightly nutty, with slight citric acidity, but a smooth and velvety body.
Please note that the stamped date is the roast date and the beans need at least 10 days rest before they should be consumed