Roasted by Odd Kin in Bristol
Produced by Caparaó Women Association
Buttermilk & red berries
Altitude: 1150 MASL
Varietal: Catuaí 144
Brew: Espresso & Filter
This Brazilian coffee is another fine example of the direct trade relationships Right Side are working so hard to build in the world’s largest coffee producing country. This coffee comes from the Carmo Family farm in the Municipality of Mutum.
Kenia and Jessica both studied Agricultural Engineering at university, focusing on production in order that they could come back to their family farm with the expertise to take their coffee to the next level. Having this understanding has helped with both the quality of the crops and also improved the management of the farm, resulting in a more sustainable business.
This coffee is naturally processed, but has been fermented in a tank for 24 hours, prior to being dried in order to cause a softer and more delicate fermentation. The result is a beautifully smooth buttercream mouthfeel, backed up by a red berry sweetness that to us, screams birthday cake!