In Brazil, there is an appellation that produces coffees harvested later than in most Brazilian regions: Espirito Santo.
Bearing this in mind, we wanted to offer a Brazilian coffee that would allow roasters to adopt a philosophy of seasonal coffee rotation, for fresh and high-quality coffees all year round. The relative humidity of the Espirito Santo region makes it very difficult to produce natural coffees, which is why there are mostly semi-washed and honey coffees.
This semi-washed coffee was named "Muriqui" in homage to the little monkey typical of the region. The way it is prepared and the high altitude, characteristic of Espirito Santo, give this Muriqui a tangy profile with a hint of white fruit.