Brazil - Fazenda Pantano (Pulped Natural) - Espresso

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This is a pulped natural Brazilian single origin espresso. It has a great mix of toffee and red berry sweetness and rich nutty tones, held together by a thick syrupy body.

Fazenda Pantano are considered one of the most progressive of Brazilian coffee producers, attempting to push coffee growing away from the norm of typical Brazilian coffee profiles. This is an excellent example of new wave Brazilian coffee, offering more than many one dimensional Brazilian coffees.

The tasting notes we have attached to this coffee are: Toffee. Red Berries. Hazelnut. Syrupy.
  • Farm: Fazenda Pantano
  • Varietal: Uva (Sarchimor and Red Catuai hybrid)
  • Process: Pulped Natural
  • Elevation: 1150 masl
  • Weight: 250g
  • Roast: Espresso
We roast on Tue & Wed. Your coffee will be roasted within 5 days of purchase, with a shelf life of 6 weeks (optimum serving point of 10-36 days).

Buy up to 4 bags of retail coffee and shipping will be fixed at £3.50.

Background info:
Fazenda Pântano is located in the Cerrado close to the city of Patos de Minas at an altitude of 1,150 metres and covers a total area of 550 hectares. More than 300 hectares of the land are allocated for permanent natural forest reserves, which is six times more than the legal requirement under Brazilian law. The farm has over 200 varietals, most of which are in experimental production, and is working closely with the Brazilian Coffee Research Institute to experiment with processing and flavour.

From this years' Pantano harvest Falcon had chosen a pulped natural, Uva varietal, which is a hybrid of Sarchimor and Red Catuai. The large red cherries are picked and the skin of the cherry is removed, leaving the rest of the fruit encasing the bean. These sticky beans are then laid out to dry on African style raised beds, where they are frequently turned over to allow even drying. Pulped naturals offer something different.
There is plenty of sweetness but less acidity than the washed coffees of Brazil and they tend to offer much greater balance and a little more body too, depending on how you roast them. The result is a sweet and full-bodied cup, with developing cocoa notes. All processing takes place on the farm and the coffee is only hulled at the point of export and packed into GrainPro sacks in order to preserve flavour and freshness.
The farm supports a local school and also funds various training schemes and courses for its staff. It is also certified by the Rainforest Alliance.

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