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BRASILE SAMAMBAIA - Specialty Coffee 100% Arabica - Sachet for Infusion Filter
BRASILE SAMAMBAIA - Specialty Coffee 100% Arabica - Sachet for Infusion Filter
BRASILE SAMAMBAIA - Specialty Coffee 100% Arabica - Sachet for Infusion Filter
BRASILE SAMAMBAIA - Specialty Coffee 100% Arabica - Sachet for Infusion Filter
BRASILE SAMAMBAIA - Specialty Coffee 100% Arabica - Sachet for Infusion Filter

BRASILE SAMAMBAIA - Specialty Coffee 100% Arabica - Sachet for Infusion Filter

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FOR DEMANDING CUSTOMERS WHO ARE LOOKING FOR AN EXCLUSIVE TASTE THAT ONLY A SPECIALTY COFFEE CAN GIVE


CHARACTERISTICS: hints of toasted cereals, cocoa, chocolate, hazelnuts, almonds, balanced and balanced fragrant scent, excellent body


USE:


Moka


from 1 cup you use a 7g sachet.

of 3 cups, a 15g sachet is used.

6 cups use 2 sachets of 15g.

French Press


with 125ml / g of water a 7g sachet is used.

with 250ml / g. of water a 15g sachet is used.

with 500ml / g. of water 2 sachets of 15g are used.

Infusion filter


follows the doses of the French Press

CULTIVATION AND FIRST PROCESSING OF SINGLE ORIGIN COFFEE: The tropical climate alternates between a dry winter and a humid summer, making this region ideal for the natural growth of coffee and producing some of the best Brazilian coffees. After harvesting the ripe berries, the grains are cleaned and exposed to the sun for a week, up to a maximum of four. The outer layer of the dried berry is then removed before the kernels are selected


Henrique Dias Cambraia, farmer of the Fazenda Samambaia, attributes the success of his coffee to a combination of various factors, not least: the geographical location of the company; competent technical management of plantations with individualized phytosanitary controls of the planting fields; constant training based on total quality control programs; finally, the involvement of the entire team working in the company should be emphasized.


Henrique is committed not only to producing high quality coffee, but to cultivating in a socially responsible and ecologically sustainable way, allowing him to win several awards over the years including the Cup of Excellence, one of the main awards in terms of quality in the countries of origin. .


COUNTRY: Brazil

SPECIES: Arabica

REGION: Sul de Minas

VARIETIES Mondo novo, Bourbon, Catucaì

ALTITUDE: 1000/1100 mt

PROCESSING: natural

DRYING: in the sun

PLANTATION: Fazenda Samambaia