Disney's Beans Reserve - Brazil - Ground
This Disney's Beans reserve ground coffee is grown on volcanic loam in Santos, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The climate and soil adds a unique smoothness and texture to the coffee that I have never tasted before. Coming in with nice cocoa notes, it's strong enough to wake you up yet still subtle and inviting. This coffee will keep you sipping it for hours trying to savor it for as long as possible.
This Single origin Brazil coffee is perfect for your every day grind.
Disney's Beans reserve is only available in 12oz ground, whole bean, espresso roast, and all other sizes please see https://disneysbeans.com/products/brazil-santos
Tasting Profile: Elegant, smooth cup with cocoa notes.
Grower: Fazenda Santa Barbara, Sao Francisco, Santo Antonio
Variety: Catuai and Mundo Novo
Region: Parana and Sao Paulo Brazil
Altitude: 750-1050 M
Soil Type: Volcanic LoamProcess: Pulped natural and dried in the Sun
Disney's Beans Reserve - Brazil is grown on volcanic loam in Santos, Sao Paulo, Brazil. The climate and soil add a unique smoothness and texture to the coffee. Coming in with nice cocoa notes, it's strong enough to wake you up yet still subtle and inviting. This Brazilian coffee will keep you sipping it for hours trying to savor it for as long as possible. With hints of chocolate, caramel, or slightly nutty notes that shine through, it’s the perfect cup to go along with dark chocolate, shortbread, fruit tart, wheat bread, cinnamon, or aged cheese.
Brazilian coffee is world-renowned for its rich, bold flavor. And while there are many different ways to brew this type of coffee, there are a few methods that tend to produce the best results. One popular method is called the double boiler method. This involves heating water in one pot and then placing a second pot on top of it. The coffee grounds are placed in the second pot, and the water from the first pot slowly drips through, extracting all of the flavor from the beans. Another common method is known as the French press method. This involves adding coffee grounds and hot water to a French press and then letting it steep for several minutes before pressing down on the plunger to filter out the grounds. Regardless of which method you use, this Single origin Brazil coffee is perfect for your everyday grind. The ultra-rich and smooth texture will have you reaching for another cup.