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Brazil - Daterra Low Caf Reserve | Pulped Natural Aramosa

$23.00 CAD

This low caffeine coffee is sweet with comfortable malic acidity with tasting notes that remind us of:

Strawberry | Grape | Peach | Cherry | Cocoa

Origin: Brazil
Farm: Daterra
Region:  Cerrado, Brazil
Variety: Aramosa
Elevation: 1150 MASL
Process: Tree Dried natural
Fermentation: Pulping means to remove the skin and mucilage of coffee cherries. In Daterra, this process is mechanically made - that means they can remove the mucilage around the beans without fermenting them in water. Pulped coffees usually present bright acidity with flavors of citric and sweet fruits.
Drying: patio and drum dried

This coffee is very sweet and velvety in espresso and a comfortable on pour over.

340g or 1KG- Whole Bean

 More about Aramosa:

Aramosa is a low caffeine varietal which contains approximately 50% the caffeine of a regular arabica bean. Without compromising on body or flavour, this is a natural way that allows you to either drink more coffee in a day or those who are sensitive to caffeine have a chance to enjoy coffee.

 More about Daterra farm:

Daterra farms are located in a lovely steady climate, dry-fresh winter, and warm-wet summers... a perfect condition for growing amazing coffee. Their farms in the city of Patrocínio are the oldest coffee plantations in Brazilian Cerrado region, and it is among the best coffee producing areas in the country. Daterra often works with many coffee competitor to be the forefront of innovation in coffee processing to create interesting and exceptional coffees every years.

Daterra Recognitions:

1st Rainforest Alliance Farm in Brazil
1st Climate-friendly farm verified to meet the Sustainable Agriculture Network’s Climate Module.
Winner of the prize “Prêmio Fazenda Sustentável 2015” by Globo Rural, Brazil’s major agricultural magazine, as the most sustainable farm in the country

Photos are from Ply's visit to Daterra.