12 oz. *Bulk orders (2lbs+) fulfilled on Mondays and Thursdays only.
About this coffee
Okay, okay, deep breath...we know, this coffee’s name is pretty intimidating, but the coffee itself is as approachable as it gets. Being that it’s a Brazilian coffee, that means its name is Portuguese, so we’re gonna teach you a little pronunciation hack: “n” followed by “h” is treated like a Spanish “ñ.”
So, let’s give it a try… “pēnya-rēnyo.” Got it? Good. Now let’s get back to what matters - the coffee.
Gentle strawberry fruitiness is balanced by low acidity in this natural process from the Carmo de Minas region. Hints of hazelnut are pleasantly subtle in a “wait...is this a Nutter Butter?” kind of way, but the most noteworthy quality is Pinhierinho’s smoothness. Both in body and flavor (think creamy dark chocolate), its balance will blow you away - or rather, it won’t do anything close to that drastic because it’s so chill and agreeable.
We’ll stop talking your ear off now. After a phonics lesson and an in-depth tour through Flavortown, we know you’re ready to just sit and sip this coffee in pēs...okay yeah, we’ll just see ourselves out.
Strawberry, Hazelnut, Dark Chocolate
This coffee shines when filter brewed: we suggest the Chemex or Kalita brewing devices. Generally, filter brewing produces better coffee clarity (ability to tell flavors apart) than body (texture, weight in your mouth) and we love this coffee's clarity.
RATIO: 16:1 (Example: 400 grams water, 25 grams coffee produces 12 ounce cup)
REGION: Carmo de Minas, Minas Gerais, Brazil
FARM/MILL: Sítio Pinhierinho
VARIETAL: Yellow Icatu
ALTITUDE: 1,056 - 1,140 meters
PRODUCER: Paulo Cesar Junqueria (Lilica)
Relationally sourced through our partners at Collaborative Coffee Source
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