16.00 – 56.00
Sweet warm spice moves to notes of blackcurrant, leather, and orange. A smooth mouthfeel carries a rich dark chocolate finish.
BACKGROUND The farm is located in the south of Minas Gerais, Brazil, at an average altitude of 1100 meters. It grows the varieties Mundo Novo, Topazio (a hybrid variety of Mundo Novo and Catuai), and more recently, the Marogogype variety. The Marogogype variety was first cultivated in Brazil at the beginning of the 20th century. With the coffee crisis in 1929, the variety was practically abandoned. Few coffee trees of this varietal remained on some properties that favoured traditional coffee production in Brazil. The farm has belonged to the same family for about 100 years. Today it is owned and managed by Mr. Carlos Alberto Paulino Costa. Carlos graduated as an Agronomist in 1960 and is a strong advocate for Maragogipe production to continue in Brazil. The interest in this varietal has seen him continue to plant and develop more seed stock, today he has 2,000 trees.
250g 16, 500g 30 (2 x 250g), 1kg 56
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