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Brazil Minas Gerais - Jose Roberto Canato

This lot from Canato delivers pleasant profile of brown sugar, almond, black tea, and a pectin-like, raisin sweetness. Quite versatile in the roaster, most balance is close to Full City. It has decent acidity too, setting it apart from the average Brazil coffee. City+ to Full City+. Single Origin Espresso.
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  • Process Method Pulp Natural
  • Cultivar Bourbon Types
  • Farm Gate No
Region South America
Processing Pulp Natural
Drying Method Raised Bed Sun-dried
Arrival date Nov 24 2014
Lot size 16bags/boxes
Bag size 60.00kg
Packaging GrainPro liner
Cultivar Detail Yellow Bourbon
Grade Estate
Appearance d/300gr, 16-18 Screen
Roast Recommendations City+ through Full City produces a very sweet cup. I'm sure this will also stand up nicely into 2nd crack.
Weight 1 LB
Recommended for Espresso Yes
This is a special micro-lot from Fazenda Monte Verde. This farm has won awards for both pulped natural and dry-processed coffees, including first place for a dry-process lot that we offered last year. The farm is the property of Jose Roberto Canato and his family. At a total of 600 hectares, 140 are entirely dedicated to coffee, and much of the farm is maintained in a natural state, with freshwater springs supplying water for the crops and the natural environment as well. Fazenda Monte Verde is situated at 1260 meters, and they have a variety of coffee cultivars.
The dry grounds smell like honey and nut, quite sweet and candied. Hot water brings about a nice culmination of caramel and cocoa powder, and the break produces a healthy dose of toffee nut. The brewed coffee has such a pleasant profile, brown sugar, almond, black tea, and a pectin-like, raisin sweetness. Full City roasts strike such a nice balance of this sugary sweetness and bittersweet cocoa flavors. Body is heightened too, carrying these aspects along to the long aftertaste. Roberto Canato's coffee has a slight acidic snap to it too, setting it apart from the average Brazil. Great SO espresso too - chocolatey, dark sugars, and viscous body.