Juquinha #2

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<b>Variety: </b> Yellow Catucai
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<b> Processing: </b> Natural
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<b> Origin: </b>  Minas Gerais, Brazil
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<b> Producers:</b> Ivan Prado de Melo, Roseane & Weder Batista
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<b> Altitude: </b>1200m
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<p>We’re very excited to have coffee from Fazenda Juquinha back in the rotation - we’ve been dreaming about last year’s lot since we first roasted it! Siblings Roseane and Weder inherited the land as a soy and corn farm from their late father and decided to pivot to producing specialty coffee just a few years ago. Roseane’s husband Ivan joined to help with the transition and establishing the business, and now they’re growing over 40,000 Yellow Catuai and Catucai plants and producing a good volume of specialty lots using different processes. This lot is a tried-and-true Brazilian Natural - which means you can expect big, bright flavors! It’s always great to see the same producers year-over-year, and we couldn’t be happier to report that the coffee lives up to high expectations!</p>
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We’re seeing plenty of action in this cup, with a sweet floral note upfront that reminds us of honeysuckle. Bright acidity and sweetness akin to guava or other tropical fruit is prevalent throughout, alongside a juicy berry tartness. We love coffees like this with plenty going on flavor-wise, it feels like you discover a new layer or accent with subsequent brews - and we’ve certainly been brewing plenty since the beans arrived.</p>

Floral, Tropical Fruit, Berry

Variety: Yellow Catucai

Processing: Natural

Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil

Producers: Ivan Prado de Melo, Roseane & Weder Batista

Altitude: 1200m

We’re very excited to have coffee from Fazenda Juquinha back in the rotation - we’ve been dreaming about last year’s lot since we first roasted it! Siblings Roseane and Weder inherited the land as a soy and corn farm from their late father and decided to pivot to producing specialty coffee just a few years ago. Roseane’s husband Ivan joined to help with the transition and establishing the business, and now they’re growing over 40,000 Yellow Catuai and Catucai plants and producing a good volume of specialty lots using different processes. This lot is a tried-and-true Brazilian Natural - which means you can expect big, bright flavors! It’s always great to see the same producers year-over-year, and we couldn’t be happier to report that the coffee lives up to high expectations!

We’re seeing plenty of action in this cup, with a sweet floral note upfront that reminds us of honeysuckle. Bright acidity and sweetness akin to guava or other tropical fruit is prevalent throughout, alongside a juicy berry tartness. We love coffees like this with plenty going on flavor-wise, it feels like you discover a new layer or accent with subsequent brews - and we’ve certainly been brewing plenty since the beans arrived.

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