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Brazil Cerrado coffee is known for its consistent quality, balanced flavour profile, and versatility. It typically exhibits a medium body, mild acidity, and a smooth, approachable taste. The Cerrado region is located in the central part of Brazil, mainly in the states of Minas Gerais, Goiás, and São Paulo. It is recognized as one of the largest coffee-producing regions in the country. The flavour notes can vary but often include chocolate, nutty undertones, caramel, and sometimes fruity nuances.

Cupping Notes:Walnut • Chocolate • Orange • Crisp Apples

Altitude: 900-1250 | Grade: Scr.17/18 SSFC | Cup Score: 81.5| Process: Natural

How to select your Coffee in 3 easy steps: 
1. Choose a Roast Level from 1-8 (R50 surcharge on any roast level other than No.4 City/Medium or No.5 Full City-Medium Dark)
2. Choose your Grind
3. Choose a bag size


Cerrado Beans are incredibly versatile, making them suitable for various brewing methods and applications. They have a mild acidity that is not overpowering, appealing to a broad range of palates. The taste often features notes of chocolate, nuts, and caramel, creating a rich and enjoyable experience whether you prefer to brew your coffee using a drip machine, French press, espresso machine, or any other method, Cerrado beans are adaptable and can deliver a satisfying cup of coffee.
Cupping Notes: Walnut • Chocolate • Orange • Crisp Apples

Roast Level (1-8)

1.Blonde (Light), 2. New England (Moderate Light), 3.American (Medium Light), 4.City (Medium) POPULAR, 5.Full City (Medium-Dark)POPULAR, 6.Vienna (Moderate Dark), 7. French (Dark Brown), 8. Italian (Dark Roast)


Whole Bean, Espresso (Fine), Aeropress (Fine), Pour Over (Medium), Chemex (Medium), French Press (Course), Percolator (Course), V60 & Moka (Medium Fine)

Bag Size

1kg, 500g, 250g


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