Brazil Sitio Dois Irmaos
Creamy body with notes of milk chocolate and cashew.
Conceicao das Pedras, Brazil
Farm: Sito Dois Irmaos
Farmer: Antonio Jose de Vilas Boas
Altitude: 1200 masl
Getting a new Brazilian coffee usually means we get to learn a new bit of Portuguese, don’t worry though, you won’t be quizzed on it. Our newest Brazilian single origin comes from the farmer Antonio Jose de Vilas Boas who named his farm “Sito Dois Irmaos” (which translates to “Site of the Two Brothers”), after his two sons, Allen and Alex. If that doesn’t warm your heart enough, this coffee certainly will. This naturally processed coffee delicately balances a milk-chocolate flavor with notes of cashew. Its low acidity and agreeable complexity makes for a cup anyone can learn to love. Though most noteworthy, this Brazilian coffee harbors endless smoothness and a careful creaminess, which will calmly remind you what your morning had been missing.
For now, we’ll see ourselves out so the coffee can do the rest of the talking. Cheers.View more coffee from South America