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    Aromatics: white flowers
    Taste: peach, tangerine, champagne
    Sweetness: caramelized sugar

    • CATIRA

      Catira is folklorically dance, typical of southeast region. Dancers stomp feet and clap simultaneously, as a way to make the beats complement the guitar melodies. As many other Brazilian rhythms, Catira has hybrid origin with indigenous, African and European influences.


      This coffee, just like music, is a composition: they blended together the varietals Catucai, Acaua, and Catigua and processed them together for a richer and more complex cup - a process that they call 'assemblage'.


      Harvest: Manual
      Process: Semi-Carbonic Maceration

      Drying: Patio, finished on stainless-steel drum drier


      The semi-carbonic maceration is a fermentation technique inspired by the winemaking style of Beaujolais, where the ripe coffee cherries ferment inside an hermetical tank. The CO2 released in the fermentation expels all the oxygen from the tank, creating an anaerobic environment. The maceration is result of the bottom cherries crushing under the weight of the top cherries.