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Brazil: Fazenda Bananal


Our first ever Brazilian coffee from 2021 is back! This comes from Carolina Tiney Attalla, a fourth generation producer. Attalla worked with the coffee superstar Aida Batlle on this unusual lot that underwent a processing method Batlle calls the "Kenya Style Fermentation"

Brazil's history with coffee has been defined by mass commodity production, with little attention paid to careful processing practices like hand-picking and sorting. With Aida Batlle's expertise behind a conscientious producer, the room to grow out of this history is evident - and this quality of this coffee proves it.

Origin: Sorocabana, Brazil

Elevation: 1050 MASL

Producer: Carolina Tiney Attalla

Varietals: Red Icatu, Obatã, UVA (IAC 125), Catuai

Processing: Washed

Flavor Notes: Candied Pecan, Nougat, Baked Apple,

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