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Fazenda Joia Rara fermented Brazilian coffee

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    About Fazenda Joia Rara coffee

    If you want to brew brilliant coffee that’s bursting with flavour, look no further than the Fazenda Joia Rara fermented Brazilian coffee. Its unique anaerobic fermented process help brings out notes of tropical fruits, citrus, high acidity, clean and juicy body out of this yellow catuai coffee.

    This coffee is cultivated between 1100m and 1200m above sea level in the Cerrado Mineiro region in Brazil. Roasted to perfection in a medium-light setting, Fazenda Joia Rara produces a rare and exotic profile that is sure to impress you.

    Joia Rara undergoes a dry fermentation process in sealed barrels for 72 hours after the coffee cherries were harvested. After fermentation, they are set for pre-pulping drying on the cement patio.

    This coffee is ranked top 10 in the Cerrado Mineiro Region, and top 60 in the BSCA which covers hundreds of coffees from all over Brazil.

    Fair pricing

    $22 / pound Portfolio specialty coffee
    $33 / pound
    Average specialty fermented coffee in Canada


    Peak Freshness

    Say goodbye to coffee that has been sitting on a shelf. This coffee is roasted in Toronto no more than 5 business days prior to shipping to your door. We outline your custom roast date on the back of your bag.  

    Coffee profile

    Roast type: Medium-light roast
    Tasting notes: Pineapple, wildflower honey, juicy body
    Strength: 6/10
    Acidity: 7/10
    Sort: Single-origin
    Origin: Brazil
    Process: Anaerobic fermentation
    Variety: Yellow Catuai
    Altitude: 1100m-1200m


    Coffee to water ratio

    If you have access to a coffee scale or a kitchen scale to measure your coffee grounds and water, follow the ratio below for optimal enjoyment. Coffee quantity is measured in grams of ground coffee and water is measured in grams or millilitres.

    Method Coffee g : water g/ml
    French press
    1:12
    Chemex
    1:15
    Auto drip
    1:15
    Pour-over 1:16 - 17
    Aeropress 1:13
    Espresso 1:1.17 - 2.2

     

    If you don't have a precision scale you can use common kitchen utensils such as tablespoons to measure a coffee to water ratio that will result in a great cup of coffee.

    Tablespoons range from 4g to 7g. For simplification, we averaged a tablespoon to 5 grams of ground coffee. We are also using an 8oz (240ml) cup as a standard cup of coffee. 

    Method Water (1 cup) Coffee grounds
    French press
    8oz (240ml)
    20g or 5 tablespoons
    Chemex
    8oz (240ml) 16g or 3 tablespoons
    Auto drip
    8oz (240ml) 16g or 3 tablespoons
    Pour-over 8oz (240ml) 14g to 15g or 3 tablespoons
    Aeropress 8oz (240ml) 18g or 3 and a half tablespoons


    Customer's favourite brew

    This coffee is excellent for all brewing types and our customer's favourite is pour-over.

    Coffee farm

    Joia Rara Farm in the Cerrado Mineiro - Minas Gerais, Brazil.

     

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