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LAMBARI - BRAZIL

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Roast degree
  • Filter Coffee: Our lightest roast. Maximum complexity, no roasted aromas. Ideal for all filter preparations.
  • Light Espresso: Focus is on complexity & aroma. Lively acidity, little roasted aromas. Ideal for all espresso preparations.
  • Dark Espresso: Focus is on balance & body. Low acidity, classic roast. Ideal for all espresso preparations.
Grind size

We are happy to ship our Specialty Coffee as whole beans. If you need the coffee ground, please select the appropriate grind (filter, Aeropress, French Press, portafilter, stovetop pot). If your desired grind is not displayed, please write us a comment.

    • Taste: Tart, chocolatey, classic
    • Flavours: chocolate, caramel
    • Process: Natural
    • Variety: Mundo Novo, Catuai, Bourbon
    • Origin: Minas Gerais, Brazil
    • Importer: Interamerican Coffee

    Harvest: 05.23 - 08.23

  • Lambari is our classic espresso. Roasted slightly darker for even less acidity and with a focus on roasted flavours. The classic Pulped Natural process provides plenty of sweetness in the cup, excellently brought out by the darker roast. For lovers of classic Italian espresso, and fans of our One Origin coffee, available exclusively at Roastmarket. The Lambari comes through super in milk drinks, tart, chocolaty, classic! 

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  • The growing region around Lambari in the Brazilian state of Minas Gerais is known for sustainability and consistent quality. Located just behind the Mantiqueira hills and at a crossroads with Campos das Vertentes - a transition between the Atlantic Forest and the Cerrado biome - the region offers the opportunity to discover very unique cup profiles. Due to the many rivers that come down from the water sources in the Mantiqueira hills, the region also belongs to what is known as the Circuito das Águas (Water Circuit). Coffee production there relies mainly on smallholder farmers who grow it at altitudes of 1000 - 1300 times.

    You can read more about sustainable coffee from Brazil on our blog now.



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