Naturally processed coffee cherries from the Minas Gerais region
are sweetened by the Brazilian sun.
Notes:Smooth, full bodied
and sun-dried sweet with natural notes of hazelnut.
Naturais is Brazilian Portuguese for
natural, the bean preparation method we most prefer in this part of the world.
It takes sun, and plenty of it, to dry all the way through the skin and sweet
pulp of the coffee fruit to the seeds inside. This is done on well-tended
patios, where whole cherries are raked continuously, and also on the trees,
where a portion of the pickings are left to dry on the branch.
For the record, all of our favorite farms also
produce coffees by the ?pulped natural? method, which involves removing the
skin and some of the fruit pulp from the outset, and the ?washed? method, which
fully removes it, as is the standard in countries like Costa Rica. In Brazil,
with lower altitudes and less acidity, we find the typical washed coffee to be
Brazil Minas Naturais is anything but, making
maximal effect of slow sun drying for a thoroughly sweet cup with mild fruit
and caramel notes, unctuous hazelnut and smooth, full body. We think these
flavors are exhibited best in a medium roast style, and they shine in our
Tasty Strong Coffee, July 28, 2018 By Fred (Peoria, AZ)(Verified)
Fantastic strong Brazilian coffee.
Love it, April 13, 2018 By Richard (MOORESVILLE, NC)(Verified)
This coffee tastes great. Day or night it is rich with no bitterness. One of my favorites.
Peet's Coffee, December 29, 2017 By Alfonso J Marmora, Sr (Cincinnati, OH)
\A smooth tasting delicious coffee
Peets, November 2, 2017 By Anonymous (Bastrop, LA)(Verified)
Love love love
Brazil Minas, May 25, 2017 By Anonymous (Bastrop, LA)(Verified)
This is a smooth rich coffee, not too strong, no bitterness. I've not been disappointed with any of Peet's coffee.
Bitter, October 2, 2016 By Anonymous (Columbus, IN)(Verified)
Not fond of the taste. It tastes burnt.
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