Product name: Brazil Minas Gerais Cehard Makauba de Cima Plantation (dark roast)
Item No.: S-502
Product content: 200g x 1 bag
In the south of Minas Gerais, coffee from a familiar producer has arrived!
This is the coffee that I have been familiar with since the opening of Coffee Mamebo.
The first time I tried this coffee was before I started Coffee Mamebo. What a fragrant coffee! I remember the time when I thought,
Brazil-like richness and fragrant nut-like flavor.
The easy-to-drink and familiar taste is something that even those who have never had Brazilian coffee before should try it.
Brazil is the world's largest producer of coffee. Its origins are São Paulo, Parana, and Minas Gerais.
In particular, Minas Gerais, where the Macauva de Cima plantation is located, is a prosperous place for coffee production, accounting for about half of Brazil's coffee production.
This time, we are introducing the washed refined coffee in dark roast and the natural refined coffee in medium roast. It's fun to compare the drinks~♪
|Product name||regular coffee|
|Raw material name||coffee beans|
|Internal capacity||200g x 1 bag|
|degree of roasting||deep roast|
|expiry date||For beans: 2 months For flour: 1 month|
|Preservation method|| Avoid direct sunlight, high temperature and humidity.
It is recommended to store it in a sealed container in the freezer.
|Green beans producing country name||Brazil|
|Outer box size||Served in a bean bag|
|Manufacturer|| Self-roasted Coffee Mamebo 1-1-12 Yonegabukuro, Aoba-ku, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture