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Low acidic flavors, very fine and mild tasting with milk chocolate undertones, cherry and sassafras notes, stone fruits and honey sweetness. Brazilian coffee taste is largely influenced by perfect growing climate afforded to Brazil's coffee regions, with steady tropical temperatures.
Origin: Brazil Farming Estate: Fazenda Fortaleza Growing Region: Mantiqueira Minas Gerais Varietal: Red Mundo Novo Processing: Pulped Natural Growers name: Alessandro Hervaz
Brazilian coffee beans are famous for their unique flavors. Brazilian coffee brands and farmers usually harvest between April and September during the dry period, when the temperature is around 15-25 degrees Celsius. Brazilian coffee taste is largely influenced by perfect growing climate afforded to Brazil coffee regions - with steady tropical temperatures, it’s no wonder Brazil has the largest production of coffee beans in the world. Contributing over one third of the entire coffee bean production in 2018.