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Country of Origin – Brazil Regions – all over, but highest production in the Southeast Best Known Growers – Café Pilao, Café Do Ponto, Brazilian Santos, etc. Altitude – 800 to 1,600 meters Harvest – May to September Milling Process – dry (premium beans are washed) Aroma – rich, nutty and sometimes bitter Flavor – nutty, chocolatey, bittersweet Body – light, medium or bold depending on location Acidity – low to medium About Brazilian Coffee Coffee was first brought to Brazil in the early 1700s. It was actually smuggled in a bouquet of flowers to settle a border dispute –...

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Country of Origin – Costa Rica Regions – Cartaga Province, Tres Rios, Costa Rica Best Known Growers – La Isabella Estate Altitude – 1,200 to 1,650 meters Harvest – October to March Milling Process – washed, naturally fermented, sun-dried Aroma – intense, bright and fresh Flavor – sweet, bright and clean with hints of citrusy lime Body – medium body, mild Acidity – lively and bright but not overpowering, medium-high About the Costa Rican Coffee Bean Costa Rica coffee beans are of the Arabica variety and are grown all over the country. The largest and most well-known coffee growing regions...

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Overall Country of Origin – Burundi, East Africa Regions – Buyenzi, Kirundo, Muyinga, Gitega, and Bubanza Best Known Growers – small, independent farmers Altitude – 800 to 2,600 meters Harvest – March to July Milling Process – double washed and fermented Aroma – red berries Flavor – delicate, brown sugar, black tea, citrus, and dark chocolate Body – rich, satiny and clean Acidity – winey Certification – Single Origin About the Bean Bourbon Arabica beans first arrived in Burundi in the 1930s, thanks to the Belgians. Since then it’s spread to regions all over the country, particularly in the North...

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