¥ 93.00 – ¥ 358.00
The Brazil Doce Diamantina from the Cerrado ecoregion is the typical mild Brazilian coffee with the lightest amount of acidity, a medium body and a distinct sweet taste. The vegetation, soil, climate and the water are optimal to operate as a sustainably managed coffee plantation. Cerrado describes a tropical savanna and is located in the south-east of Brazil with Minas Gerais being one of the associated states.
A superb, wine-toned acidity is entangled with sweet fruit. Although the Kenyan body is typically medium in weight this bean is deeply dimensioned. Dry, berryish nuances and prominent citrus tones add up to a clean cup without any hidden defects.
Due to the warm climate in the Minas Gerais region in the south-east of Brazil this coffee can be prepared naturally. This means that after the harvest the coffee cherries are spread out evenly on large tables or patios to dry in the sun until a residual moisture of 12% is reached. The fact that the coffee beans are surrounded by the whole coffee cherry while drying gives the beans their very unique aroma. This processing is also called dry or unwashed processing method. It is the oldest and most traditional way to prepare coffee.
This coffee is exclusively prepared for our import company in Germany and undergoes strict quality control in the country of origin, a second one in Germany and a third one after importing to China.
Our first stop brings us to Brazil, the country famous for its beautiful landscapes, rainforests, hot climate, sexy salsa and a melting pot of people from diverse backgrounds.
It is also the biggest coffee producing country in the world and it´s very much known for its incredibly mild and balanced coffees which are the typical choice for beginners that are just trying out coffee for the first time.