The Zoom Doggy Take
This is definitely a top seller for us. I really enjoy how smooth the coffee sits on my tongue, as a result it really plays well with different roast levels. One fun thing for me is how much chaff flies off the bean during the roast, which one visitor to the roastery described as a snow storm in the hopper.
Where is this from?
This bean is grown in the Sul de Minas region of Brazil in the sub-region of Mata de Minas. What? You want to learn more? Then read all you want about Brazilian coffee over at The Perfect Daily Grind.
The geek details (from our wholesaler):
The coffee is Pulped Natural processed strictly soft fine cup. The coffee plantations are in the Sul de Minas, a region formed by mountains and valleys, where the average annual temperature is 21 °C, with a rainfall of 1,500 mm annually and altitude between 900 and 1,230 meters.
Processing : Pulped Natural
Elevation : 900-1,230m
Varietals : Mundo Novo, Bourbon, Catuai