Jacaranda – Brazil


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Weight 225 g
Dimensions 11 × 8 × 18 cm


Extraction Method


Medium acidity and full body with sweet, never-ending chocolate notes.

Chocolate | Sweet almond | Dried fruits


Brazil is the world’s largest producer of coffee, and its coffee beans are renowned for their rich, full-bodied flavor.
The majority of Brazil’s coffee production takes place in the southern state of Minas Gerais. The ideal growing conditions in this region – including ample rainfall, rich soil, and warm temperatures – allow coffee trees to flourish.
Coffee farms in Brazil are often large operations, and many of them use modern methods of production. However, some farmers still produce coffee the traditional way, using manual labor to pick the coffee cherries by hand.
Brazilian coffee beans are typically dark-roasted; it tends to be low in acidity, smooth in body with sweet flavors. These flavors are primarily chocolatey and nutty. These can range from milk chocolate to bitter cocoa and toasted almond