Dear Green Coffee: Brazil, Fazenda Pantano, Pulped Natural
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From Dear Green Coffee:
Brazilian coffee is world renowned and this speciality coffee from the Cerrado region is exceptional. Farmed at the Fazenda Pantano Estate, the coffee has a highly complex flavour profile with berry sweetness and praline nuttiness.
The yellow bourbon cherries are picked and pulped and air dried on African style raised beds to create a clean cup, with a bright body and full flavour.
All of the coffee processing takes place on the estate, where the farm also supports a local school and funds various training schemes for its staff too. This coffee is Certified Rainforest Alliance.
Roasterr: Dear Green Coffee
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Initial collection: Coffee that's great in a filter
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