Drinking Brazilian coffee has been one of humanity’s favorite pleasures for more than two and a half centuries. This country, which is responsible for almost half of the world’s coffee, has since the start been blessed with great coffee. With the Amazon forest to the north, it’s not a surprise that Brazil has a natural advantage when it comes to location. Coffee thrives in this type of climate, which makes it tastier and more aromatic.
The defining characteristics of Brazilian coffee, however, are its body and its bitter sweetness. This blend expresses these two qualities: a coffee that always feels full bodied and thick instead of light and watery, along with a type of bitterness that never feels aggressive, as it is always accompanied by a mild natural sweetness of the coffee.
These two qualities are what makes Brazilian coffee a favorite for espresso, as well as other concentrated types of coffee. This particular blend turns out great for espresso, drip coffee, and Moka pot coffee.
This is specialty grade coffee with a score of 85+ points putting it in the range of Excellent. This puts it in the top 5-7% of coffee in the world.