Brazil: Inglaterra, Bourbon, Natural

Fazenda Inglaterra

  • Flavour profile Marzipan, dark chocolate, caramel
  • Process Natural
  • Varietal Bourbon
  • Roast Medium Dark

£10.50


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  • Fazenda Inglaterra is located near the lovely Brazillian spa town of Poços de Caldas in the coffee-growing heartlands of Brazil’s Minas Gerais state. The farm's elevation is 950–1,300 metres above sea level and has especially rich soil for the local area. It's on the edge of an ancient caldera/super volcano, whose outline can be seen on satellite images. 50% of the farm comprises of virgin Mata Atlantica forest.

    A big rush of sweet marzipan gets a drizzle of dark chocolate on the finish and a little hint of caramel on the aftertaste for a well-balanced cup which will keep bringing you back for more.

    • Country: Brazil
    • Region: Minas Gerais
    • City: Poços de Caldas
    • Farm: Fazenda Inglaterra
    • Owner: Stephen Hurst
    • Farm size: 10 hectares
    • Coffee growing area: 5 hectares
    • Altitude: 1,200 m.a.s.l.
    • Varietal: Bourbon
    • Processing system: Natural
  • Cupping notes: Marzipan, dark chocolate, caramel.

    Cup of Excellence Cupping Scores

    • Clean cup: (1–8): 6
    • Sweetness: (1–8): 7
    • Acidity: (1–8): 6
    • Mouthfeel: (1–8): 6.5
    • Flavour: (1–8): 7
    • Aftertaste: (1–8): 6
    • Balance: (1–8): 6.5
    • Overall: (1–8): 6
    • Correction:(+36): +36
    • Total (max. 100): 87

    Roasting Information
    Medium/medium-dark - Push this steadily through the gap and up to the edge of second.

  • If you place an order before 07:30, it will be roasted and dispatched that day. If you order after 07:30, it will carry over to the following working day for roasting.

    We offer free UK mainland delivery on all orders over £50.00. One bag sent with First Class postage will cost £3.50, and one bag sent with Second Class postage will cost £2.00. DPD next working day delivery is available for a flat rate of £7.00 for all orders up to 10kg.

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Fazenda Inglaterra

We’ve been buying Brazilian coffee from Fazenda Inglaterra for just over 10 years, and it’s a farm that we’re very proud to be working with. The farm's name (Fazenda Toca Da Onca) means 'hiding place of a small wildcat', but the locals now call the farm 'Inglaterra'.

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