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Brazil Varginha Region - Rancho Feliz Arabica

Our first Brazil coffee from outside the Poços de Caldas caldera growing region. It is a stunner! Red and Yellow Catuai Arabica is grown on a farm surrounded by a river and conservation land by Wagner Campos Palmeira Júnior, the owner of Fazenda Rancho Feliz since 2012, when he acquired the farm. Since then he has been engaged in the production of quality coffees, investing in infrastructure and implementing new management techniques. This coffee is a mix of Red and Yellow Catuai (Arabica).
We were impressed with the fragrance and rich taste profile of this completely "natural" process... the cherries are sun-dried and then after peeling, the beans with their husks on are sun-dried for days until they reach perfect humidity. This slow process imparts much of the taste in the fruit back into the beans, and creates a complexity that washed coffees cannot match.

Coffee of this quality from Brazil are hard to find currently and are selling at a huge premium. But we bring in a full container from Brazil Volcano Coffee Co. ever year, so we can give you deals like this on world-class specialty beans!

8 ounce, Medium Roast. Please choose drip grind or whole bean.


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  1. 5 Star Review So Smooth

    I'm usually a slow sipper but find a cup of this coffee rarely lasts long. It's so smooth and also seems to have a natural sweetness other beans can't match.

    Posted by on Jan 7th 2022

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