Brazil Cerrado NY2 SSFC

Brazil Cerrado NY2 SSFC

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Tasting Note: Chocolate | Spice | Toffee | Mid-high body 

Varietal: Mixed

Processing Method: Natural Processing

Growing Altitude: 900-1300m

Brewing Recommendations: Traditional espresso based drinks

Coming from the country where one-third of the world’s coffee is produced, Brazilian beans has made a name for themselves as an all-time favourite. Medium to full-bodied with very low level of acidity, our current Brazil Cerrado offering are nothing short of versatile – espresso, latte, cold brew, Aeropress, drip, Moka pot, even as a blend base. You name it.

You’d want this if you’re looking for a bold and chocolatey flavour fitting for a milk-based coffee like lattes or cappuccinos; or if you are looking for a non-acidic, slightly bitter coffee that goes well with some lovely desserts.

Quoting one of our long-time customers, “You can never go wrong with Brazilian beans.”

On the Naming of the Coffee

At The Crackpots, we always try to help beginners and advanced drinkers to understand more about coffees. One of our efforts is to explain the various cryptic names of coffees which could be confusing.

Here’s a breakdown of this coffee:

Brazil

Brazil is a South American country, having the name "the world's coffee farm" because it supplies 1/3 of the world's coffee demand.

Cerrado

Cerrado is a general region in the northwest part of Minas Gerais with altitudes ranging from 800 to 1,300 metres.

NY2

Short form of New York 2 - a classification standard according to the Green Coffee Association of New York. The number "2" refers to a maximum of nine secondary defects, and no primary defects.

SSFC

Short form of Strictly Soft Fine Cup.

Strictly Soft beans are grown at a relatively lower altitude that produces coffee with lower density.

The Brazilian producers also classify their coffee according to the cup quality - there are good cup, great cup, fine cup and extra fine cup. Fine Cup means that the cup quality is soft, sweet, clean and even, and can be considered as a specialty grade.


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