Brazil Morro Agudo - South American Coffee Beans
The South American country of Brazil is the world’s largest coffee producer, and has held that title for over 150 years. They are responsible for around a third of the total worldwide coffee production.
This coffee hails from a well-known hill in the area called Morro Agudo (meaning simply ‘Steep Hill’). Keeping things simple and descriptive, the family decided to give the same name to their coffee farm.
Our Brazilian Morro Agudo speciality arabica coffee beans are a medium dark roast with chocolate and almond cupping notes.
As with all our products, it's packed and supplied in 100% biodegradable resealable bags. Our Brazil Morro Agudo speciality coffee is available for you to buy online as whole beans to grind at home, or you can purchase it as freshly ground coffee in coarse, medium or fine grinds.
Sul de Minas Gerais
950m - 1160m
Chocolate, Almond, Melon
Catuai, Mundo Novo
Quick Grind Guide: Our Coffee Grinds Explained
|Whole Beans||For you to grind at home with your own grinder|
|Coarse||Ideal for cafetière, French press|
|Medium||Ideal for V60, AeroPress, Chemex|
|Fine||Ideal for espresso, moka pot|
For a more detailed explanation of the variety of grinds that are used around the world, please take the time to visit and read our blog article - Ground Coffee... Grinding It Out - Our Coffee Grind Guide.