Brazil Peaberry

$21.95 / lb 16 oz
48 cents per serving (45 servings)

An exceedingly drinkable single estate perfectly matched to its medium roast and peaberry shape: smooth, round, and balanced, with milk chocolate sweetness and signature Brazil nuttiness.

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Flavor Profile

Milk Chocolate, Hazelnut, Dried Fruit

Roast Details

Roast: Roasting is the catalyst for expressing the aroma, flavor, and individuality of a coffee through the essential, transformational application of heat.

Brightness: Acidity. Liveliness. A desirable, sharp, and pleasing sensation that heightens coffee’s flavor.

Body: The tactile impression of thickness and viscosity in the mouth, independent of taste and aroma.











Type: Single Origin

Origin: Brazil, Cerrado Mineiro, Campos Altos, Fazenda Santa Luzia

Process: Natural

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The Story

It takes plenty of sun to dry all the way through the skin and sweet pulp of the coffee fruit to the seeds inside. This is done on well-tended patios at the Fazenda Santa Luzia farm—where whole cherries are raked continuously—and also on the trees, where a portion of the pickings are left to dry on the branch.

Brewing Methods

For Brazil Peaberry

  • Pour-over brewing is a simple way to brew a clean, bright cup. It brings out subtle nuances in coffee, particularly those with bright, sparkling flavors.

    Total Time

    ~5 Minutes

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  • The press pot, or French Press, offers direct infusion for full-bodied coffee. It's an ideal companion for dark roasts, bringing out rich, complex flavors.

    Total Time

    ~5 Minutes

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  • Brewing cold from start to finish results in bold, smooth, refreshing coffee with lower acidity than coffee that’s been brewed hot and then iced.

    Total Time

    12+ hours

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