Brazil - Cerrado Mineiro Fazenda Severino, Natural

$4.57 per pound
Cupping Score 83
Chocolate, raisin, peanut butter, caramel, nutty, sweet
Delicate, soft, fruity, malic
Red fruit, dark chocolate, melon, cooked grape, trail mix, cream soda, dried blueberry
Semi-sweet chocolate, medium
Medium weight, round
Quick and clean
Size 10 pound bag

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Brazil is a great coffee for roasters that want a balanced and approachable cup with mild acidity. It works very well as a foundational component in a blend, adding balance in flavor while managing costs.  As the largest producer of coffee in the world, Brazil is typically available at any time of the year. The reliability and affordability of a green like this make it a mainstay for our green coffee menu. 

When we look for a coffee from Brazil, we seek out notes of chocolate and nuts with a solid tactile experience. Sometimes, Brazils can taste strongly of malt or grains, and they can be a little too generic. When we find a Brazil with a bit more complexity while maintaining a classic profile, we know we've struck gold. 

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At lighter roast levels, roasters can expect lively flavors of chocolate and fresh fruit. At medium roast levels, you start getting more dried fruit and trail mix notes. When you start hearing early signs of second crack, notes change to toasted nuts, black pepper, and cooked fruit.

Brazils make terrific blenders. Lean on this green in your espresso or drip coffee blend anywhere from 30%-60% as a foundational component for base notes. It's a true "coffee flavored coffee" and serves as an excellent canvas for other origins to shine. 

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RoastPATH® profile recorded on an MCR-20 while roasting a 13.6 kilogram batch.

Turning Point
Green < Yellow
First Crack

Origin: Brazil
Region: Cerrado Mineiro
Farm: Fazenda Severino
Variety: Yellow Bourbon
Process Method: Natural
Altitude: 1100 masl
RoastPATH® ID: CI076-A02-1216

Fazenda Severino is located in the Alto Paranaíba region in the state of Minas Gerais. It is characterized by well-defined climatic seasons, with good annual precipitation rates, creating ideal conditions for coffee production. The farm aims to combine social, environmental, and economic factors to maintain their efforts and continue to see the farm thrive. Today, the entire region has more than three million coffee trees planted, reinforcing their belief that it had a prosperous future, where everything was cultivated with a lot of dedication, effort, and personal resources.

Minas Gerais is the largest state for coffee production, accounting for half of the country's coffee. It contains many subregions with varying elevations and climates, all part of the Brazilian highlands. Brazil's largest rivers and mountains are in this state, with the southern portion producing the most coffee due to the forested hills and cool weather.

Minas Gerais, Brazil

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