Cupping Notes The flavors of our medium-roasted Brazilian coffee are sensitive and delicate; you can sense the otes of so many types of exotic flowers, fruits, and a wonderful lingering aftertaste. The body of the coffee is not very strong, and the acidity is mild and pleasant. Brazilian coffees generally are heavy and winey or floral and tea-like. If your go-to coffee is a dark roast, this will not be for you. On the other hand, if you like delicate flavors, this is a winner!
Brazil is the biggest coffee-producing country in the world, with seemingly endless expanses available for its production. Coffee plantations in Brazil often cover immense land areas, needing hundreds of people to manage and operate them to produce vast quantities of coffee. Arabica and Robusta are grown, and the climate, soil quality, and altitude determine which variety will grow best in each region. A fine cup of Brazilian is clear, sweet, medium-bodied, and low-acid.
I am enjoying this coffee right now..it's very smooth and just really good coffee!