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
Altitude: 800-1110 MASL
- Grind 22 grams of coffee using a fine grind size.
- Place the ground coffee into a portafilter and tamp.
- Tare your scale to zero with your empty cup.
- Insert the portafilter in the espresso machine and start brewing, using the scale to measure your output.
- 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.