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 bean, the largest in the world!
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Growth altitude: 1000-1300 mt a.s.l.
Processing method: Washed
Everything you want to know
The Maragogype variety has a very low caffeine content and is known for its softness and digestibility. This variety is also known as the "Elephant Bean", due to its large size.
For this evaluation, the coffee was tasted at 94 °C in espresso, with an extraction of 25 ml in 23 seconds. The degassing of the coffee took 72 hours.
The crema is of a hazelnut color, with light shades. The aroma is of vanilla, spices and tobacco. To the taste, the coffee has a delicate body, typical of the high altitudes and the washed processing method. The acidity and sweetness are very delicate and pleasant.