The Arabica variety Maragogype, discovered for the first time in the Brazilian state of Bahia, is a natural mutation of the Typica that produces a very large grain, the largest in the world.
Growth altitude: 1000-1300 mt a.s.l.
Processing method: Washed
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The Arabica variety Maragogype, discovered for the first time in the Brazilian state of Bahia, is a natural mutation of the Typica, from which a very large grain is obtained, the largest in the world. It has a very low caffeine content and is known for its softness and digestibility.
NOTES ON GREEN COFFEE
This coffee has an average 18-19 sieve and the defect rating ranges from very low to zero.
In this roasted espresso coffee (agtron 50-55, Italian) we found a hazelnut cream, with slight nuances. On the nose there are sensations of vanilla, sometimes of spices and tobacco. To the taste, the coffee has the delicate body typical of high altitude washings, an unobtrusive acidity and a very pleasant sweetness.
If toasted by filter and brewing (agtron 65-70, full city) the sweetness is confirmed as pleasant and persuasive and vanilla stands out among the aromas.