Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter
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Cachoeira, Brazil - Filter

Milk Chocolate, Stone Fruit, Lime
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Product Description:
Our natural Brazillian coffee is bursting with flavoursome notes of bold cocoa, stone fruit and lime. This specialty Colombian coffee is packed with flavour, so much so that we released it as an espresso coffee.

The Story:
Our Brazilian coffee has been around for five generations, with all our family members committed throughout the years to the tradition of coffee production. Now the baton has been passed to Danilo Barbosa, and his sons, Vítor Marcelo and Sérgio Ricardo.

The story begins with our great-grandparent Elias Barbosa. Back then our specialty coffee was produced for our own family’s consumption, with everyone working in the fields, from the elders to the youngsters. The coffee production process is held dear to our family with everyone having direct contact with the farms.

These farms are located in Minas Gerais, just inside the Cerrado Region, which is Brazil's first coffee origin denomination, characterised by its altitude and climate. This region's soil, topography, and environment are excellent for coffee production.

All the coffee is produced responsibly, both socially and environmentally. We want our coffee production to align with our beliefs and concerns with always striving to improve our performance, that is why we are certified by Rain Forest Alliance.

The Beans:
Producer: Danilo Barbosa
Variety: Yellow Catuaí
Process Method: Natural Fermented

The Farm:
Country: Brazil
Region: Carmo Do Paranaiba, Minas Gerais
Altitude: 1100 MASL
Harvest: May-September

Recipe/Brew Guide:
Espresso
Dose: 15g
Time: 3:00 Minutes
Yield: 250ml

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Story

 

Our Brazilian coffee has been around for five generations, with all of the fathers, mothers, sons, and in-laws committed throughout the years to the family tradition of coffee production. Now the baton has been passed to with Danilo Barbosa, and his sons, Vítor Marcelo and Sérgio Ricardo.

The story begins with our great-grandparent Elias Barbosa, back then, our specialty coffee was produced for our own family’s consumption, with everyone working in the fields, from the elders to the youngsters. The coffee production process is held dear to the family with everyone having direct contact with the farms.

These farms are located in Minas Gerais, just inside the Cerrado Region, Brazil's first coffee origin denomination, characterised by its altitude and climate. This region's soil, topography, and environment are excellent for coffee production. Along with the seasons which are well defined, and our farms have an average altitude of 1100 meters.

All the coffee is produced responsibly, both socially and environmentally. We want our coffee production to align with our beliefs and concerns with always striving to improve our performance, that is why we are certified by Rain Forest Alliance.

The Beans

Producer

Danilo Barbosa

Variety

Yellow Catuaí

Process Method

Natural Fermented

The Farm

Country

Brazil

Region

Carmo do Paranaiba, Minas Gerais

altitude

1100 MASL

harvest

May - September

Recipe/Brew Guide

BREW GUIDE – FILTER POUR-OVER
DOSE: 15 g
TIME: 3:00 minutes
YIELD: 250 ml