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Herbal & spicy
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Exotic and velvety, this blend composed only of Arabicas from Brazil is partly intensely roasted to emphasize the body and the bitterness necessary for this small cafezinho touch
Did you know ? Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world.Rio de Janeiro Espresso is the result of the creative expression of our Experts who have reinterpreted the Brazilian cafezinho, a blend composed only of Brazilian Arabicas in honor of the national heritage.Within this huge country, the taste of coffee varies from region to region and it is this diversity that we wanted to reflect with the complexity of our blend. We have brought together grains harvested in the Cerrado region (State of Espirito Santo) and the famous natural pulped Bourbon grains, grown in the State of Minas Gerais. A dazzling tribute to some of Brazil's finest coffee-growing regions, an iconic processing method, and a prestigious variety.In the cup, the notes of hazelnut, sandalwood, and aromatic herbs (rosemary and thyme) express the passion and embody the spirit of the cafezinhos and Cariocas of Rio de Janeiro. The intense roasting of this espresso, as well as its generous body, its bitterness and its roasted character invite to add a generous quantity of sugar or to lengthen the preparation in the cup by pouring a volume of coffee for a volume of hot water in order to 'soften (“Carioca-style”).
The beans from Espirito Santo are roasted separately for an optimal time to preserve their aromatic herbal notes. The others are roasted together at a high degree, much longer, in order to reinforce the full-bodied character, the intensity and the notes of bitterness.
A delicately bitter espresso with a velvety texture, with unexpected notes of hazelnut, sandalwood, and aromatic herbs reminiscent of thyme and rosemary.Pour 25 ml of coffee to prepare a delicious cappuccino whose mouthfeel of salty, bitter, and roasted notes is subtly reminiscent of salted peanuts. You can also pour 40 ml of coffee into 100 ml of milk froth to obtain a soft and round latte macchiato, with hints of nuts and a slightly smoky aftertaste.