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Brazil Daterra Villa

Cupping notes

An intriguing cup with floral, fruit and hazelnut on the break making the palate curious as to what the cup holds. Rich sweet fruit flavors dominate the cup leading to a sweet-clean almost winey finish. The perfect coffee for cold brew, drip and a single origin espresso.

Description

Selective mechanical picking occurs typically with 40-60% ripe coffee on the tree, with 5% green, 10% underripe, and the rest tree dried. Each brings its own unique characteristics to a coffee, so a sample is picked, processed and roasted to check taste is as expected before the order is given to pick the specific lot. Sorting is done on a specially adapted wet mill, first with density sorting that removes overripes, then with the drier and natural beans being sorted from the ripes, underripes and greens. Each finished lot is tasted for exact flavour profiles before blending if required for each type.

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Origin
Producer
Process
Pulped, Pulped Natural, Pulped Raisin
Altitude
1000 - 1200m
Harvest
May - August
SCA score
83
Certification
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