Single Origin Brazil

Dark Roast
$14.95
Brazil Santos is a very traditional coffee, which can very simply be described as a "fine cup".  Santos coffees are grown generally in lower altitudes ranging from 2,000 to 4,000 ft.  Because of the lower altitudes, the acidity level is low to moderate, but the body is rich and full with a soft mellow finish. Flavour notes of citrus, sweet cherry and cocoa, round out this exceptional variety.  Roasted medium/dark, this coffee works great in a drip or in an Aeropress, but also makes an incredible espresso.

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Anonymous
Amazing coffee

Been a Javaworks customer for over a year and love the Bravado coffee. I decided to try some single source and the Brazilian coffee is amazing. I like mild coffee and was nervous about getting a bold coffee. This did not disappoint. The coco taste is there with low acidity. I drink my coffee black and love it. Even with milk, the taste comes through. I highly recommend this.

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Leo Landry
Cafe Brazil.

Hmmm, I won't be the best to describe, but I'll give it a shot. I do like coffee and am somewhat particular about the coffees I really like. I really like the Brazil beans. To me, it's bold yet mellow and not overly acidic. I will order it again. I think this will be my go to, though I will continue to explore the wide variety of coffees available with Java Works!

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SeaCam
Smooth & Mellow

Sometimes you want the coffee to just accompany the food not overpower it. So that is why I chose the single origin Brazil to go with the fresh apple pie and cheddar for dessert. The combination was exactly right.

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Dianne
Columbia

Our new favourite brew!

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Ainsley
Great Dark option

Love Brazil because it's smooth, dark and toasty. It's not too acidic and it's not too bitter which can sometimes happen with darker roasts. My only critique is I would like it to come in more size options. I go through the small bag too quickly but the larger size is too much to enjoy before the roast starts to deteriorate