Six delicious coffees for under six dollars.
Frank Sinatra sang, "They grow an awful lot of coffee in Brazil." It is unquestionably true; it's the largest producer of arabica coffee and not a small amount of robusta too.
Nutty, chocolaty and great for an espresso base
Organic Brazil, sadly, facing a full-on assault of insect, fungus, and poor nutrition.
The Natural and Pulped Natural coffees from Brazil can be some of the trickiest coffees to roast.
There was some excellent comments to the post I made a while back about my trip to Brazil in July.
October means a trip to Cerrado and Minas Gerais state in Brasil. This travelogue from 2005 is image-heavy!
Offerings: Along the road in Itaipuacu, offering plates mark the location of someone's private ceremony.
Not a Goth: I just like cemetaries (as you will see later on), I am not morose.
The guy on the smoke machine was a little overzealous.
In Cupping Lab No.1 at Daterra, a display of foreign matter and defects found in coffee.
Here we have Neto scoring the dry fragrance on the semi-final round of cupping.
Once again, October means a trip to Cerrado and Minas Gerais state in Brasil.
Fazenda Boa Vista was the lot we wanted from the outset of the 2002 Brazil C.O.E. Auction, even though the International judges didn't put it in their top 5.
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