Brazil Coffee

Brazil Ipanema Yellow Bourbon

Aug 21, 2017

This coffee from Brazil is a medium to dark roast, with a smooth body and notes of hazelnut and citrus.

Brazil Ipanema is a single estate in the heart of Brazil’s coffee-producing region of Minas Gerais. Ipanema has the perfect microclimate for protection against low temperatures. Considered to be one of the largest farms in the world, the Ipanema Estate uses 79% of its 1,800 hectares for the cultivation of coffee.

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