Natural Brazil and Washed Ethiopia
This month we have an experimental fermentation coffee from Brazil that contains a lesser known variety, Paraiso MG2. It is an experimental variety resulting from a cross between the Timor hybrid
and Catuai. As such, it is a variety that is resistant to coffee leaf rust disease.
An experimental process with an experimental variety to contrast against a 'classic' washed Ethiopian coffee from Chelbessa.
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Fazenda Olhos D'agua
Special Fermentation MG2/Red Catuai
Fazenda Olhos D'agua is located in Cerrado, Brazil at 1,100 and 1,206 MASL. Due to the high plateaus and rich biodiversity,
it has cemented a reputation as a region for producing incredible coffees.
The Paraiso MG2 variety in this coffee was an experimental variety developed by the
Federal University of Viçosa (UFV) in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Sourced by Mountain Coffee
Cerrado Mineiro, Brazil
Watermelon, Chestnut, Chocolate
Filter We recommend Recipe B in our brew guide
Washed Wolicho, 74147, Dege Hurume varieties
A coffee from the Worka Chelbessa community, the washing station is located in the Gedeb District
which is part of the larger Gedeo Zone. Coffee from the Gedeo Zone is typically referred to as Yirgacheffe
even though Yirgacheffe is also a town and a district within the Gedeo Zone. Worka Chelbesa has been producing spectacular coffees and this one is no exception!
Sourced by Trabocca
Floral, Peach, Vanilla
Filter We recommend Recipe A in our brew guide