Notes: Nutty, Caramel, butter, milk, chocolate, peanut, pomegranate,
Dr. Fabio Araujo Reis, owner at Fazenda do Salto, works with his two sons and daughter to run their family farm in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil. Andre and Juca, Fabio's sons, work with 35 employees, many of whom grew up near the farm and later chose to return to Fazenda do Salto after finishing school. Here, coffee is harvested mechanically and dried on 8 rotational machines and 8 static layer dryers, which maintain constant airflow with a combination of cold and warm air. Initially, the coffee dries in static boxes for 12 hours during pre-fermentation. Cold air is utilized to dry the cherries for four days before switching to warm air for three additional days until moisture content reaches 15 percent. For the final drying phase, the coffee is exposed to intermittent warm and cold air every 12 hours until it reaches 11 percent moisture. In the cup, this single-estate coffee presents classic notes of hazelnut, caramel and brown sugar.
100% Arabica Natural, Rainforest Alliance Certified , from a single farm near Carmo da Cachoeira Brazil bean. Notes of buttery, caramel, hazelnut with a brown sugar finish. Very nice flavor and a great taste.
Our Brazil Fazenda Do Salto family owned farm, in the Sul de veins region provides us this rich Natural processed coffee. This coffee has Varietals of Yellow Bourbon, Mundo Novo, Casual and Icatu. They maintain about 35 local workers for their farm including their family members.
You can purchase our Brazil, whole bean or ground for your favorite way to make coffee. Whole bean coffee normally maintains its freshness for about two months. Ground coffee usually is best if used within two to three weeks. You can decide which way is best for you when ordering. The taste will not change either way. Preparation of your coffee is simple. When you are ready for drinking your coffee it must be ground to your specific coffee making procedure. There are many ways to make coffee and all. Are good if done right. Some common examples Are Drip, French Roast, Aeropress, Pour over and Espresso to just name a few. We have 10 ways to make coffee in our own home. The way you make your coffee in your home or office can be the best tasting coffee available for you. Knowing the right procedures is essential. Having great fresh roasted coffee as our Brazillian is a good start.