Brazilian Fair Trade coffee beans. This is for two bags of 250 Gram each. That’s right half a kilo of rich yet smooth espresso blend.
A true cup of romance the Brazilian really is a crowd pleaser. Most notably adored by the well heeled. For those who do not mind spending out on their coffee this should be on their radar.
Chocolate, Caramel and Toffee notes are all very easily obtainable. From any decent espresso machine and espresso grinder. Further experimentation will reveal other tastes and flavours.
So flexible is this blend that we often hear of long time customers discovering notes they hadn’t tasted before.
This Brazilian Fair Trade coffee is one everybody should try at least once. Few blends of coffee on earth are this flexible and rewarding.
Brazilian fair trade coffee – In use
The majority of people who buy this coffee drink two coffees per day. Break that down to four double shots and a bag a week seems about right.
For use with a cold brew 60 Grams with one Litre of water. Brewed in a Kinto cold brew jug for 48 hours is pure cold brew excellence.
The grind for cold brew can be the same as is used for espresso ! Life just couldn’t be any easier.
Want the wholesale box with the trade price? Get the Brazilian coffee blend bulk buy deal
The one people always come back to.
In the day and age where the world has become a smaller place. So the availability of coffees has grown.
Different varieties and blends all promising us a brand new beginning. A brave new world.
The reality often being far from that. Many customers have mentioned in the past how they have tried a whole
range of coffee. Only at the end of it to come right back to the beginning. Yes back to Brazilian Fair Trade coffee from Happy Donkey.
Most noteworthy with our trade customers is the volume they use always grows over time. The traders tell us the Brazilian coffee we supply creates regular customers.
Every day all over the country thousands of people start their day with our coffee. And what a way to start the day along with a tasty breakfast ! That’s living the dream.
Read more about Fair trade coffee on the Happy bloggy coffee blog