Brazil - Red Ruby - Natural - Espresso
Overall it's a great tasting, versatile and very juicy Brazilian espresso. Great for all espresso machine types and also suitable for drip machines and cafetiere's alike.
MILK CHOCOLATE / FIG / HEATHER HONEY / JUICY
How you can brew this coffee:
Espresso, Cafetiere, Stove Top (Moka Pot), Aeropress and Drip Machine (Moccamaster, Wilfa Classic etc).
The farmers / processing:
Red Ruby is a regional blend of quality coffee coming from a group of close by farms growing a mix of Red & Yellow Catuai, Mundo Novo & Acaia varietals. The farms all come from the area of Mantiqueira, which has a long standing and respected name for great growing & processing standards. The output is a step above the average Brazil profile, with great complexity / balance and sweetness in abundance - a product of focused farming alongside great altitude and volcanic soils.
This coffee is a natural process, which is the most common style used in Brazilian coffee farming. Due to the vast amount of flat land at their disposal, it is the most economical process used, which helps this origin keep it's volumes up and prices down. The beans are left inside the cherries, dried in the sun on large beds or patios and turned regularly before being depulped. The beans are then removed from the cherries, with the mucilage remaining, which more often results in a more intense body, but less / more muted acidity.
State / Region:
Minas Gerais is a large state in the south east of Brazil. It is responsible for producing around 50% of the countries coffee and is long associated with quality coffee. This is a result of higher altitudes, soil quality and climate, which all contribute towards excellent growing conditions.
The Sul de Minas is a vast coffee region in southern Minas Gerais comprising many microclimates and smaller regions such as Mantiqueira de Minas and Campo das Vertentes. The region stretches from the São Paulo border in the west to the Matas de Minas region in the east, from south of the state capital of Belo Horizonte to the state’s southern border.
Sul de Minas (also known as South of Minas) has a high altitude, averaging 950m, and a mild annual temperature of around 22 degrees C. It also produces approximately 30% of the country’s coffee, mostly on small farms ranging from 10 to 100 hectares – although that can vary greatly.
- Farm: Red Ruby
- Varietal: Red & Yellow Catuai, Mundo Novo & Acaia
- Process: Natural
- Elevation: 900-1300 MASL
- Weight: 250g / 1KG
- Roast: Espresso
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