Brazil

An Approach to Roasting Brazils

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The classic natural and pulped-natural Brazil profile is Full City to Full City+, tending to be layered with cocoa, tobacco, leather, nutty and rustic sweetness, and have a particular fattiness in the mouthfeel.

By Christopher Schooley

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The classic natural and pulped-natural Brazil profile is Full City to Roasted Coffee Pictorial Guide. ">Full City+, tending to be layered with cocoa, tobacco, leather, nutty and rustic sweetness, and have a particular fattiness in the mouthfeel. Because of these characteristics Brazils are frequently components in espresso blends, but also make for excellent drip and press pot coffee brews for folks looking for something with a little more presence and fairly low acidity.

Rustic Sweetness

This week I wanted to take a look at some of our coffees that would fall into the "rustic" sweetness category. How could I best describe rustic sweetness? Generally it's a quality in coffee that can be quite polarizing because many of these coffees wouldn't be considered to have fully clean cups and have some muddled qualities in general. Rustic sweetness has some nutty qualities to it like almond and walnut, but can also be herbaceous or rooty with a somewhat cola or root beer-like sweetness.