This Brazilian is exactly what you expect her to be. Chocolate, hazelnut and most importantly sweet! We recommend it especially for espresso, but you will also target the black press or drip in the morning!
Serra Negra is the classic name for
relatively large production of coffee coming from
from farmers in the Brazilian region of Minas Gerais.
The name Serra Negra originated about 20 years ago
for a more easily distinguished grain origin. Coffee
from this area is evaluated during cupping
between 82-84 points, which is very decent
evaluation. Coffee beans are processed
in Pocos de Caldas, which is one of the best
processing plants in Brazil. This coffee
is most often a blend from South Mirasi
Cerrado a Matas de Minas.