region: Minas Gerais, Brazil
farm: Vargrem Grande
producer: Edson Tamekuni
association: Brazil Aequitas
elevation: 1150 – 1225 meters above sea level
cultivars: Bourbon, Catui, Margogype
The aroma of the Brazil Edson Tamekuni is more reminiscent a natural Sidaman coffee than a Brazilian. It’s a big aroma,
*content courtesy of Crop to Cup Coffee Importers
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