Named for the rattlesnakes that protects the coffee fields from pests such as rodents, Brazil Cascavel Vermelha is a single origin gem from the country that produces more than a third of the world's coffee supply.

Indulge in the comforting and familiar notes of milk chocolate, the low-acidity sweet and luxuriously smooth taste a hallmark of Brazilian coffee. This seamlessly blends into rich, buttery flavours and nutty tones reminiscent of pecan pie, enhanced by subtle notes of Pink Lady adding a crisp and refreshing dimension to the overall profile.

Brazil Cascavel Vermelha is a perfect symphony of comforting and familiar yet intriguingly sophisticated flavors. The next time you see a rattlesnake, give them thanks for helping Brazil's farmers craft this masterpiece.

Milk Chocolate - Pecan Pie - Pink Lady

Region: Sul de Minas, Cerrado Mineiro, Mogiana, Matas de Minas

Varietals: Various

Altitude: 800-1110 MASL

Process: Natural

Brew GuideS






Brew Time


  1. Grind 22 grams of coffee using a fine grind size.
  2. Place the ground coffee into a portafilter and tamp.
  3. Tare your scale to zero with your empty cup.
  4. Insert the portafilter in the espresso machine and start brewing, using the scale to measure your output.
  5. For an ideal brew you would have obtained about 40 grams of coffee in 26-28 seconds of extraction.

Adjust your grind size to change your extraction time:

  • If your extraction time is too short, try a new brew after adjusting the grinder to a finer setting.
  • If your extraction time is too long, try using a coarser grind size.