Caramel, Walnut & Irish Cream
The Brazil Ipanema Yellow Bourbon is produced exclusively with bourbon coffee cherries for a high-quality Brazilian coffee with a complex character, ideal as an espresso base for artisan lattes and cappuccinos. Using the honey method during the sun-drying process provides a thick, caramel body and hints of Irish Cream.
Origin: Ipanema Coffee Estate, Minas Gerias, Brazil
SCR Rating: 14/16 FC (fine cup)
Altitude: 800 - 1,350 masl
Traceability: Estate – Ipanema Coffee
Producer: Ipanema Coffee
Process: Pulped Natural
Harvest Period: June - September
Roast Profile: Medium for all brewing methods
Strength Guide: 3/5
The Coffee – Brazil Ipanema Yellow Bourbon
The Ipanema Yellow bourbon is produced exclusively with the bourbon variety, the variety responsible for changing the world’s perception of Brazilian coffee. The bourbon coffee variety was originally produced in on the African Island of Réunion, formerly known as the Island of Bourbon due to its colonization by the French dynasty of the House of Bourbon.
Bourbon coffee cherries arrived in Brazil around the 1750s and exists in Red and Yellow varieties. Ipanema Yellow Bourbon is exclusively produced with Bourbon coffee beans, balancing acidity and body with floral and citric notes. This Brazil coffee features a sweet taste with fragrant notes of fresh walnuts and almonds. Using the honey method during the sun-drying process provides a thick caramel body with a very fine acidity and a taste of Irish Cream.