- Dark Chocolate
This coffee comes from Chapadao de Ferro in Cerrado, Brazil. The coffee is grown at 1200 m above sea level in an area that is remnants of an old volcanic crater, see picture. The remnants of the crater walls mean that the coffee gets 40 minutes less sun per day than is common in the rest of the region. It leads to some later maturation of the berries, which thus becomes fuller in taste and aroma. The coffee is a mix of beans from various farms in the area, painstaking varieties to keep a distinct taste profile of ripe cherry and dark chocolate.
Cereja means cherry in Brazilian and Portuguese