Brazil Red Ruby arabica coffee. Dominant notes of black ripe cherries, vanilla, sweetness of nectarines.
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Coffee from the Matas de Minas region - Arabica
The Brazil Red Ruby coffee that has crossed the thresholds of Sochaccy Artisanal Coffee Roasters comes from Brazil, the state of Minas Gerais. The state of Minas Gerais accounts for more than half of Brazil's coffee crop, and at this point the answer is, well, more than 30% of the world's coffee - another coffee from Brazil in the coffee shop.
Because we've been in the coffee business for many years, we especially appreciate Brazilian coffees, and we always keep a close eye on what coffee shows up at European ports. In the flood of great coffee from this part of the world, Brazil Red Ruby caught our eye because of where it came from, the state of Minas Gerais. This is the first sign that the coffee is worth looking into, as it is sure to be great. Coffee from Brazil's Minas Gerais has captured the hearts of coffee lovers around the world for good reason. After tracing the location of the plantations, we found out that the coffee comes from Minas Coffee Origins; these are three areas separated from the entire state with controlled coffee quality and origins; protected geographical names. In the simplest terms, regions that are known for growing the highest quality specialty coffee and only coffee grown there can include the name of the region in its name. This is the mechanism used in our country, for example for oscypek from Podhale (Protected Designation of Origin).
This pedigree encouraged us to learn more about coffee from Matas de Minas. The growing region comprises 63 municipalities in the Atlantic Forest, located in the east of the state of Minas Gerais. Coffee from this area is particularly highly regarded at the most important Brazilian and international coffee competitions. Coffee plantations in this region are cultivated in areas with a mountainous and irregular topography, at altitudes between 600 and 1,200 meters above sea level, and the coffee is harvested by hand, allowing only ripe coffee berries to be picked. Production in the region is naturally sustainable, marked by the dominance of family farming and the coexistence of man and forest. The mild climate of the region combined with the technological evolution of the artisanal processes developed in the region create an artisanal coffee quality. There are nearly 36,000 farmers growing coffee in the region. Matas de Minas is a pioneer in what we call artisanal coffee cultivation.
Because coffee seeds, commonly referred to as coffee beans, grow inside the berry, the coffee tree, several steps are necessary before the coffee reaches the coffee roaster. One such step is the removal of the skin from the coffee berry. Brazil Red Ruby coffee from Matas de Minas underwent the process of removing the skin and pulp by drying in the sun. This is one of the oldest methods of removing the skin and pulp from coffee and is used practically all over the world, especially in areas where access to water is difficult. The process has many different names but the most common name remains that of "naturals".
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- South America.
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- from 1,000 to 1,500 m.a.s.l.
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