Pedro Gabarra – Yellow Topaz – Brazil Specialty Coffee

$14.95

Genuine Rainforest Coffee
Certifications UTZ – RFA – BSCA

***Sustainable Coffee ***
new season stock 

Varietal:Yellow Topaz dried on Natural African Beds

Grown @ 1,250m above sea level
Region Campos das Vertentes, Minas Gerais

Coffee Profile:

a full bodied coffee clean and sweet with pronounced bold notes of dark chocolate with a creamy caramel finish…. Just a beautiful full bodied Brazilian coffee great as a strong sweet single origin espresso or use it to make your own blend amazing or roast lighter medium for lovely pour-over or filter coffee.

This rainforest coffee is produced in Campo das Vertentes region, state of Minas Gerais in Brazil at Pinhal Farm, where it is dried in natural process – meaning the cherry is dried with the pulp on it. the coffee however, is not dried on patios, but in static drying machine. This method reduces the risks of the coffee getting wet and mouldy, from eventual rain, but it will also facilitate the process to get into a perfect dried bean which will enhance the true flavour of the terroir

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Description

Genuine Rainforest Coffee
Certifications UTZ – RFA – BSCA

***Sustainable Coffee ***
new season stock 

Varietal:Yellow Topaz dried on Natural African Beds

Grown @ 1,250m above sea level
Region Campos das Vertentes, Minas Gerais

Coffee Profile:

a full bodied coffee clean and sweet with pronounced bold notes of dark chocolate with a creamy caramel finish…. Just a beautiful full bodied Brazilian coffee great as a strong sweet single origin espresso or use it to make your own blend amazing or roast lighter medium for lovely pour-over or filter coffee.

This rainforest coffee is produced in Campo das Vertentes region, state of Minas Gerais in Brazil at Pinhal Farm, where it is dried in natural process – meaning the cherry is dried with the pulp on it. the coffee however, is not dried on patios, but in static drying machine. This method reduces the risks of the coffee getting wet and mouldy, from eventual rain, but it will also facilitate the process to get into a perfect dried bean which will enhance the true flavour of the terroir