Honey - Fazenda Vale de Lua (GrainPro)

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Carmo Coffees is moving away from using demucilaginators for pulped natural coffees. Prior to 2016, a coffee would be pulped, then sent through a demucilaginator to remove some mucilage, and then dried. Now they are doing most "pulped natural" coffees as "honeys" and calling them honey. They are pulping, then going right to the patio. In addition to water savings, the resulting profile is a bit fruitier and sweeter profile that they feel ultimately will last longer for shelf life.

For more information about coffee production in Brazil, visit our Brazil origin page.

ID# 9245

Origin Brazil
Region Minas Gerais
Farm Vale de Lua
Altitude 1016 – 1290 masl
Proc. Method Honey

The Cup

"Caramel, peanuts, dark chocolate and cherry notes."


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