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Granny Smith Apple - Malted Biscuit Sweetness - Subtle Almond Finish
A peaberry (also called caracol, or "snail" in Spanish) is a natural mutation of the coffee bean inside its cherry. Normally coffee beans grow two to a fruit, flat against each other like halves of a peanut, but a funny thing happens in about 5% of the world's coffee, and a bean is born an only child. This mutation leads to super consistent roast quality, and in this particular coffee we noticed a unique level of sweetness. What do you think?
MEET THE FARMER
FAZENDA SAO SILVESTRE is a specialty coffee farm in the Cerrado Region of Minas Gerais. Ismael Andrade is an outstanding farmer who helped found the Brazilian Specialty Coffee Association in the early 1990’s. Sao Silvestre also helps maintain and improve the local hospital through donations and support, of which Ismael is a board member.
Fazenda Sao Silvestre are also Rainforest Alliance Certified, emphasising the hard work to produce environmentally sustainable coffees in harmony with native flora and fauna. We are proud to showcase this incredible ethical and sustainable Brazilian coffee!
NOTE: Our recipes are developed using a La Marzocco Linea Classic and Mahlkonig Peak grinder, using reverse osmosis filtered water. We encourage you to use it as a starting point to experiment with your own equipment and desired taste.