Fruit & Nut Blend


Lovely, enjoyable & easy drinking blend of two speciality single origins, fruit & nut heaven!

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Origin:Brazil. Costa Rica

Roast: Medium

Suitable for: All brew methods

Varietals: Caturra & Catuai. Yellow Catuca

Process: Red Honey. Washed

Notes of milk chocolate and hazelnuts balanced with a fruity acidity, lovely easy drinking coffee.

This is a lovely, easy drinking blend made from two high quality speciality beans, Brazilian Mió Lot 1930 & Monte Santo de Minas & Costa Rican La Trinidad.

Brazilian Mió Lot 1930 is a red honey processed coffee, grown at an altitude of 1,100m, Yellow Catucaí, with an SCA Score of 84.5.

Costa Rican La Trinidad is a washed coffee grown at 1800-1900m, Caturra and Catuai with an SCA Score of 85.

How it Tastes

This is a blend of two high quality single origin speciality coffees which have been specifically blended to produce a super tasty but easy drinking coffee with notes of choc & nut.

Fazenda Mio & Tarrazú Co-op

The Tarrazú Co-op is situated in the La Trinidad micro-zone in the famous Tarrazu region of Sul de Minas in the south of Minas Gerais state, Brazil.

Founded in 1960, Tarrazú cooperative now boasts approximately 5,000 members, but incredibly it is still run by the farmers! Tarrazú is widely regarded as one of the leading cooperatives in Costa Rica.

Mió is a family-owned (the Pellicer family) coffee farm in Monte Santo de Minas in Brazil, who refused to give in to defeat, and started from scratch after the catastrophic frosts of 1975 which destroyed roughly half of Brazil's coffee trees!

It took them over 10 years, but they finally managed to start again, beginning with a tiny plot of land and just 6 coffee trees!

Now, Fazenda Mió is one of the major producers in the area, and the farm spans almost 1600 hectares between Southern Minas Gerais and the Mogiana highlands.

This is a producer dedicated to preserving the local biodiversity, in fact much of their land is left as untouched, natural native forest.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Szilvia G.
excellent, nutty my favourite!

It has an excellent taste. I have a Sage machine and the coffee tastes like freshly roasted and ground coffee.
It was a re-order, and will follow more

Perfect coffee for all day drinking

This is a delicious coffee. I thought I didn't like Brazilian coffee blends but this variety has changed my mind. It has just the right degree of acidity.

Paula H.
Great flavours

My favourite coffee beans so far. Will definitely be ordering again.

What am I doing wrong.

I'm new to this dialling in but have the sage touch impress so should be a doddle. This is coming out very sour. Reduced the ground a bit better but giving a way over 48s brew time. When at so called perfect volume and time it is unpalatable. Tastes better as a long coffee with milk and sugar but still has a sour undertone. Sorry Kev if this messes up your rating.

I've replied directly, but just updating here too in case anyone else has a similar issue. This is simply a case of too fine a grind. If the shot is taking close to 50 seconds to pull, it's getting close to choked, meaning too fine a grind. The touch impress does sort the dose volume out but it won't stop it from tasting awful if the grind is way too fine. Ta, Kev.

Vlada B.

Fruit & Nut Blend

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