Brazil Espirito Santos 820 meters Pulped Natural
$11.00 On sale
American Roast 410' F Tomato Leaf. Sparkling Acidity. Easy Body.
Jeferson Pin's Sitio Corrego Capivara is located in the county of Vargem Alta in the Espirito Santo region. This farm produces about 270 bags per year. Flowering season begins around December to January with the harvesting around July through December with an average rainfall of 1000 to 1200mm annually. The total farm is around 17 hectares with 10 hectares planted with coffee.
The Montanhas do Espirito Santo region is dominated by small-scale coffee-growers and is characterized by the presence of farmers who are actively engaged in the entire chain of the production process. Growers in Espirito Santo work with family members and build off of traditional knowledge to innovate and improve their quality of life and coffee. Located in the southern area of the Espirito Santo state, where mild temperatures (73oF) and steep highlands (between 700 and 1,000 meters) favor growing Arabica coffees, this region produces a superb quality coffee with a round body, nice acidity, and fine sweetness. While the most common process for the region is Natural, Pulped Naturals are increasing in popularity.
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Importers Cupping Notes:
FLAVOR: Papaya, Strawberry, Stone Fruit
AFTER TASTE: Lingering
ACIDITY: Cherry Acidity