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Brazil, Bela Vista, Special Release, Filter

Tasting Notes

Aroma
Floral, Sweet
Flavour
Lychee, Tangelo
Acidity
Soft Citrus
Body
Juicy
Finish
White Sugar

Information

Producer
José Romão
Region
Córrego da Prata, Castelo, Espírito Santo
Varietal
Red Catuai
Processing
Washed
Altitude
960-1100 masl

About this coffee

Sweet and delicate.

Our Special Release, Brazil Bela Vista hails from the beautiful region of Córrego da Prata (Silver Lake), whose name is derived from the shining water that runs through the mountains. José Romão, who produces Bela Vista, is widely known as a leader in his community and one of the 'guardians’ of the water. 

José diligently tends to his farm, which might be more accurately described as a coffee garden. José was one of the first in the region to invest in producing quality coffees, first beginning with investments in equipment and adequate soil. He also grows his coffee in tandem with bananas, which in turn, provide extra nutrients during the coffee growing process.

This stunning micro-lot, Brazil Bela Vista, placed second in the Best of Espírito Santo competition earlier this year. We chose Bela Vista, because of the distinctively unique flavours; in the cup, we find notes of lychee and tangelo with a sweet complexity and delicate finish. Download your print-ready Brazil Bela Vista tasting card here.

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Tasting Notes

Aroma
Floral, Sweet
Flavour
Lychee, Tangelo
Acidity
Soft Citrus
Body
Juicy
Finish
White Sugar

Information

Producer
José Romão
Region
Córrego da Prata, Castelo, Espírito Santo
Varietal
Red Catuai
Processing
Washed
Altitude
960-1100 masl

About this coffee

Sweet and delicate.

Our Special Release, Brazil Bela Vista hails from the beautiful region of Córrego da Prata (Silver Lake), whose name is derived from the shining water that runs through the mountains. José Romão, who produces Bela Vista, is widely known as a leader in his community and one of the 'guardians’ of the water. 

José diligently tends to his farm, which might be more accurately described as a coffee garden. José was one of the first in the region to invest in producing quality coffees, first beginning with investments in equipment and adequate soil. He also grows his coffee in tandem with bananas, which in turn, provide extra nutrients during the coffee growing process.

This stunning micro-lot, Brazil Bela Vista, placed second in the Best of Espírito Santo competition earlier this year. We chose Bela Vista, because of the distinctively unique flavours; in the cup, we find notes of lychee and tangelo with a sweet complexity and delicate finish. Download your print-ready Brazil Bela Vista tasting card here.