Blonde Brazil, by City Girl, is described as delicate, sweet, and floral with honeysuckle and hibiscus.
The beans are from the Cooxupe Cooperative in Guaxupe, the world’s largest coffee-growers cooperative with over 12,000 members.
Cooxupe’s main operation is located in Guaxupe, and its growers are located throughout the growing regions in Minas Gerais and Sao Paolo states.
It looks like the coffee is roasted by Alakef Coffee Roasters, Inc. in Duluth, Minnesota.
Immerision Pour Over
Recipe & Process: Used 20 grams of beans with a medium-fine grind and 200 grams of boiling water. Heated up the bottom pot with boiling water prior to adding the boiling water and turned down the heat on the stove when the brew started coming out of the spout.
Taste: Savory-spicy with some tobacco
After Thoughts: There was no sputtering at the end so I wonder if it was cooked too slow.
Recipe & Process:
Combined 50 grams of coarsely ground beans with 1000 grams of water (4 cups) for 25 hours. Stirred about every 5 hours or so. After 25 hours poured through a Hario V60.
Floral and sweet with slight citrus and savory going down.
This maybe the best I’ve brewed with Blonde Brazil.