Dark Roast



Tasting Notes:

Chocolate Toffee Walnut



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Our Brazil Dark Roast is rich, sweet, and nutty. With notes of chocolate, toffee, and walnut, this one is for the more traditional coffee drinker.

Fazenda Pinhal is a 914-hectare farm situated close to San Antonio De Ampoaro in Sul De Minas. The Gabarra Teixeria Family have owned the farm since 1994. Just one third of the farm is planted, the rest is a natural reserve, eucalyptus forest and pasture land for cows.

In 2019 Fazenda Pinhal won the award for Brazil's most sustainable coffee farm. They have also started a bird sanctuary to help rehabilitate and care for injured birds and have coordinated research programs with the local universities.


     This coffee is sourced from the The Fazenda Pinhal Farm in the Sul de Minas Gerais region of Brazil, 

    Rich, Sweet, & Nutty

    Our Brazil Dark Roast is roasted with more intensity to develop a richer and more caramalized flavour profile, with notes of chocolate, toffee, and walnut, this one is for the more traditional coffee drinker.


    The natural process requires skill and attention to get right. The ripe coffee cherry is picked and left out to ferment in the sun,  turned regularly so that no mould grows. The enzymatic reactions that occur here sink right into the seed (or bean), and leave you with a coffee that's full of funkiness and complexity. 

    The process historically was common in places with less water available, but you'll see it all over the world these days, in producer's quests to find wild results in their lots.

    High Intensity

    High Intensity

    There will always be people who enjoy the darker style of coffee - it's up to us to give them something that tastes great, which is also responsibly sourced. Whether you're after a bit of old school coffee nostalgia, or just like darker coffee, this is the one for you.

    Brew Guide



    18g in, 40g out, extracted over 27(±3) seconds.


    1:16 ratio, steeped for 4 minutes and left to settle. No plunger needed!

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