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Koop er 1, krijg er 1 GRATIS
Koop er 1, krijg er 1 GRATIS

Give true Brazilian

coffee a try

  • Classic tasting notes
  • Originating from a unique specialty coffee estate in Brazil
  • Equally delicious when using various brewing methods

About the coffee

Milk chocolate, Caramel, Fruit

This coffee, originating from the exceptional specialty coffee estate Fazenda Santa Luzia (Brazil), is sure to impress fans of classic coffee tasting notes. In the balanced flavour of this coffee, sweet notes of milk chocolate and caramel are intertwined, while the subtle aroma of ripe fruit makes the drink particularly refreshing.

 

COUNTRY:   Brazil
REGION:   Cerrado Mineiro, Minas Gerais
ESTATE:   Fazenda Santa Luzia
ALTITUDE:   1200 m
VARIETY:   Red Catuai
PROCESS:   Natural
ROAST LEVEL:   Medium
SCA SCORE:   84 points out of 10

Try these coffee brewing methods

Chemex

This particularly attractive coffee maker (which, by the way, can even be found in New York's Museum of Modern Art!) will allow you to brew extremely delicious coffee for yourself and a friend, as well as a whole crowd of guests. Preparing Brazil Santa Luzia in this way will allow you to experience its delicate, refreshing and sweet nature, as well as subtle notes of chocolate and dried fruit (especially prunes!).

 

How to use it?

 

  • Insert a paper filter (the thicker part of the filter should be pressed against the neck of the coffee maker)
  • Dampen the filter with water — this will help you get rid of the papery taste
  • Grind the coffee using a coarser grind (use a ratio of 60 g of coffee per 1 l of water) and pour it into the filter
  • Start the first steeping stage: pour water onto the coffee (use twice as much water as there is coffee)
  • Wait 40 seconds and then stir the coffee gently
  • Slowly pour in the rest of the water

Hario V60

Even though this Japanese coffee brewing tool is extremely simple, it's also capable of preparing extremely delicious coffee — not to mention that you can put the V60 straight onto your cup! Thanks to thinner filters (compared to the Chemex ones), the prepared coffee is thicker and has a more intense flavour. Brewed in this manner, Brazil Santa Luzia has a "heavier body" and its chocolaty notes become even more vivid.

 

How to use it?

 

  • Insert a paper filter
  • Dampen the filter with water — this will help you get rid of the papery taste
  • Grind the coffee using a coarser grind (use a ratio of 60 g of coffee per 1 l of water) and pour it into the filter
  • Start the first steeping stage: pour water onto the coffee (use twice as much water as there is coffee)
  • Wait 40 seconds and then stir the coffee gently
  • Slowly pour in the rest of the water

Bean-to-cup coffee machine

Do you think that specialty coffee must be prepared in a specialised, gourmet appliance? Well, that's where you're wrong! The flavour of such coffee is revealed perfectly by bean-to-cup coffee machines. This Brazilian variety is particularly well-suited for such a brewing method: in the prepared cup, tantalising notes of milk chocolate, caramel and fruit are unveiled.

 

How to use it?

 

Even though using a bean-to-cup coffee machine is extremely simple (all you have to do is press a button!), we can offer you some advice on how to make your coffee even more delicious:

  • If you enjoy subtle flavours, grind the beans more coarsely
  • Fans of strong coffee should give fine grind a try
  • If you enjoy the taste of fruity notes in your coffee, we recommend choosing lower coffee temperature
  • Those who like bitter, chocolaty notes should select higher coffee temperature

Would you like to give other coffees a try too?