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Coffee of the Month- Brazil Peaberry

For those of us in the Pacific Northwest, July’s arrival coincides with skies full of sun

and days hot enough to take a dip in the Puget Sound. There’s no better way to spend a summer morning than by sitting in the garden amongst the wisteria and the honeybees, a book in your lap and a cup of coffee in hand. Maybe you have some beans in mind, a reliable favorite that brings comfort, clarity, and pleasure in every cup. But if you’re itching—or even just curious—to try something new this season, we invite you to consider our Coffee of the Month Club. This month, we’re excited to introduce Brazil Peaberry Sitio da Torre.

These beans hail from the Mantiqueira Region of Minas Gerais, the largest of Brazil’s

major growing regions, defined by its excellent coffee, and are grown in clay mineral soil along the rolling, sprawling Mantiqueira hills and beneath the layers of dense fog. Our July variety is a yellow bourbon, perfect for those who gravitate toward beans on the sweeter side. This coffee’s flavor profile evinces the taste of apple, baking spice, and milk chocolate, making for a delicate and complex cup.

If you sign up for the Coffee of the Month Club, you’ll get first dibs on our Brazil: Sitio Da Torre variety at a lower price, along with all subsequent subscription offerings through the club. You’ll still get a chance to try it later as a variety to choose from directly, but at a higher price, and it will sell out fast. Moreover, we have an array of subscription options to suit your preferences: subscribe for 3 months, 6 months, 12 months, or until canceled. To top it all off, as a Coffee of the Month Club member, you’ll also be privy to other additional offers.

We hope you try something new this summer. We promise it will be delicious.

Grower: Álvaro Antônio Pereira Coli | Fazenda Sitio da Torre

Variety: Yellow Bourbon

Region: Mantiqueira Region, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Harvest: May - September

Altitude: 1100 - 1300 meters

Soil: Clay minerals

Process: Full natural and dried in the sun

Certification: Conventional

Tasting notes include: Apple, baking spice, milk chocolate

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