Brazil Cemorrado Hazel Arabica Coffee. Dominant notes;hazelnuts, caramel, sweetness.
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Meet the coffee from Brazil - Cemorado Hazel
On this coffee chart we would like to invite you to Brazil, a country whose climatic conditions naturally lend themselves to growing the world's mildest coffee. It is this characteristic of Brazilian coffee that has made Brazil the largest coffee producer in the world. Coffee from Brazil perfectly satisfies one of the basic criteria you're looking for in a coffee shop - non-acidic coffee.
The name Cemorrado coffee is a combination of the names of two coffee-growing regions in Brazil; Cerrado and Alta Mogiana. The word Hazel means hazel, adding to the information about the growing regions the most intense of the flavor notes; hazelnut.
The Cerrado is a Brazilian coffee growing region covered in tropical savannah, covering nearly two million square kilometers. The area stretches from Minas Gerais in the south to the Tocantins in the north and from Minas Gerais in the east to parts of Paraguay and Bolivia in the west.
Alta Mogiana, owes its name to the Railways Mogiana Company, which was built in 1872. The railroad was built in this region because road transport was no longer able to serve the coffee plantations, which were bearing fruit so abundantly. As this was the second part of the company's railroad investment, hence the name Alta. The coffee from the higher plantations tends to be more appreciated than that from the lower plantations, hence the name Alta (High) Mogiana, a name that appealed to the local farmers.
Cemorrado Hazel coffee comes from the Mundo Nuovo and Catuai arabica coffee varieties grown at altitudes between 850 and 1,250 meters above sea level. The coffee is harvested by removing the top part of the berry using the naturals method; this involves drying the coffee berries in the sun and then crushing the dried skin by rubbing it in a mill. The coffee was harvested during the months of May through June.
Combining the coffees of these two regions was intended to highlight the much-loved hazelnut flavor note, which it undoubtedly did. But that's not all the richness of Brazilian coffees. There are also notes of caramel, cereal and a dominant sweetness. This coffee is particularly recommended for serving in various forms with milk
- Coffee species
- Continent of origin of the coffee
- South America.
- Country of origin of the coffee
- Coffee region of origin
- Region of origin of the coffee
- Coffee processing method
- The leading coffee variety
- Mundo Novo
- Coffee harvest
- Leading flavour notes
- Altitude of the plantation
- from 1,000 to 1,500 m.a.s.l.
- freshly roasted coffee
- Coffee category
- Caffeine level
- Very low
- Coffee scoring
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