This roast is everything we love about Brazilian coffee: silky-smooth body, solid base of nougat and toasted nuts, lush orange meringue finish. These beans come from Herkimer’s relationship with their favorite Brazilian coffee-growing cousins.
A soft and balanced blend of two day lots from Carmo de Minas. Aromas of tangerine and cocoa come through on the grind. In the cup, orange zest and lemon acidity are supported by complex layers of hazelnut truffle and toasted marshmallow. Farmers Sergio and Pedro are cousins and represent our primary relationship in Brazil. The blend incorporates natural processed coffee from Canaan and pulped natural from Condado. Yellow and red bourbon, catuai, and acaia cultivars.
"This is a clean and sweet coffee that is pretty much the flavors I enjoy during an occasional sip while reading a nice book. I could detect hazelnut notes a little bit of berries. "
"I did like the flavor of this coffee, but it was very mild. It was very light and nutty and smooth to the palette. I would drink again, although I do like it a bit more bold."
"We brewed this coffee in a regular drip pot and in the french press and in both instances the flavor was less than ideal. It is a very bold blend, which we usually like, but it was too acidic for our tastes. If you like a more bitter blend then this is for you!"
"Smooth, but the flavor feels incomplete. Not my favorite, but for anyone who likes a lighter cup it is a good choice."
"This coffee has a sweater nutty taste, it makes it good!"
"Was worried this would be too light for me based off of the bean but it was excellent. Amazing smell, smooth and flavorful."
"Smelled marshmallow as soon as I opened the bag, and it is the strongest flavor in my cup. A nice smooth coffee with a sweet finish. Not a favorite, but a different one that I do enjoy!"