Brazil Fazenda Miaki - Yellow BourbonBrazil
Nut & Chocolate
About the coffee
Mainly from the Minas Gerais, Sao Paulo and Parana regions. Café do Brasil has been he largest producer of coffee for one and fifty years.
About the growers
Brazil is rare as a producer in that it consumes about 45-50% of its own production (15 million bags). This makes Brazil the world’s second largest consumer of coffee in the world after the US. The harvest for Arabicas' starts in June.
Brazil occupies almost half the landmass of South America and is the only Portuguese-speaking country in the region. The sheer size of the country and the mix of ethnic origins – mainly Indigenous, African and European – has given Brazil a diverse cultural identity. Brazil is the 10th largest economy in the world and in recent years there has been a strong expansion into agricultural industry with a whole range of agricultural products being added to traditional exports such as coffee.
Region: Sul de Minas
Growing Altitude: 1,100 meters
Arabica Variety: Mundo Novo, Catuaí, Catucaí, Acaya
Harvest Period: July - November
Milling Process: Natural
Flavor: Sweet, Soft Nutty notes, Chocolate notes
Acidity: Well Rounded
- Brazilian coffee is preferred by many as a base for espresso blends as it offers low acidity and a smooth sweetness.
- This crop has a very nice chocolatey taste with some walnut tones.
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