Brazil, Sao Silvestre
ABOUT THE BEAN
Since 1901 the Andrade family started growing coffee on the Capim
Branco Farm and São Silvestre farm is located in the Cerrado Mineiro
region. This lot of ripe cherries were placed in open air tanks to ferment
in ambient temperature for 84 hours then moved to raised beds to slowly
dry for 32 days.
A unique cup with tasting notes of yogurt, chocolate and fig. This is one not to be missed.
Taking freshness to the next level, we decided to go one step further and developed our most sustainable packaging yet. We are putting the best high end coffees in this next level packaging.
Our special launch gift to you: each can comes with a reusable silicone lid*.
All Stitch Coffee Cans are 100% recyclable (label inclusive).
High Cerrado, Minas Gerais
Natural ( Aerobic Fermentation)
How to brew
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