Brazilian Coffee - Creonisio Da Silva

Brazilian Coffee - Creonisio Da Silva

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Produced in Simonésia, Southeastern Brazil

Orange, plum and honey

Our latest batch of Brazilian coffee beans are produced by brothers Creonisio and Jose Claudio in the Simonésia region of Minas Gerais. 

This is the first time Creonisio and Jose have had their beans exported outside of Brazil, and we’re stoked we managed to get our mitts on them. 

Smooth and mellow,  Creonisio Da Silva is a medium-bodied coffee brimming with citrus orange notes, juicy hints of plum and honey sweetness.

Producers: Creonisio and Jose Claudio
Region: Simonésia region, Minas Gerais
Altitude: 1,150 MASL
Varietals: Red and Yellow  Catucaí
Process: Natural
Tasting Notes: Orange, plum, honey
Coffee Sizes: 250g and 1kg
Brew: Espresso, filter

🇧🇷 More about these Brazilian coffee beans:

Brazilian coffees can often get a bad rap, seen as being used for commercial coffee or as the base for speciality house blends around the world.

One of our aims at Odd Kin is to highlight some of the best Brazil has to offer, in the hope this will change any preconceived ideas you may have about coffees. 

Creonisio Da Silva is a Brazilian roast coffee that does just this.

Stemming from a hybrid Brazilian coffee varietal named Catucaí, this cultivar of Icatu and Catuai is well suited to natural processing methods as used by Creonisio and Jose.

After scoring third place at Simonésia's Speciality Coffee Content, the brothers are a prime example of Brazilian coffee producers employing innovative growing practices and processes to ensure premium quality. 


Simonésia growing region: 

Simonésia is located in the forest zone of Minas Gerais, a short distance from the municipality of Manhuaçu.

Altitudes in this region reach up to 1,616 MASL, providing the perfect environment for the production of great tasting arabica beans.

While Minas Gerais is Brazil's largest coffee-growing state, regions like Simonésia are typically associated with commodity coffee, isolated from the usual world of speciality coffee exporters. 

As a result, Brazilian coffee producers in Simonésia are only just starting to get the credit they deserve for giving us fantastically delicate, extremely clean and interesting coffees. 

Saúde! 🍊