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Brazil Dois Irmais Red Catuai

TASTING NOTES: Apricot, Milk Chocolate, Malt

Process: Natural
Varietal: Red Catuai

This naturally process coffee is produced in the Coromandel region, whereby the process begins by transporting the cherries batch by batch to the yard using crates that drain excess water. The coffee is laid out and remains on the drying yard until it reaches a humidity between 14% to 18%. This usually takes between 2 to 8 days, depending on the amount of water contained in the bean. The coffee is then “doubled”; reducing the amount of terrace that the coffee takes up. This task is done to homogenise the drying of the coffee and achieve a uniformity for all the coffee in each batch.

After the coffee has completed its time on the terrace, it is moved to the mechanical dryers, where the temperature is heavily controlled to be between 35°C and 40°C. Once the coffee is dried to a uniform humidity between 11% to 12%, it is taken to cool and further dry before the final husking of the coffee.  

This coffee is well balanced and has a delightful creamy finish. With notes of apricot and soft cherry, this cup has a gentle sweetness that entices the taste buds. Its hazelnut notes form the perfect finish to a high quality uniform cup.

Regular price $9.50 AUD
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